I am currently a rising junior studying chemical engineering and minoring in computer science at a pretty strong state school. I struggled choosing my major within the engineering school as I was interested in nanotech, materials, chemistry, physics and computers. I ultimately picked CHE because I felt it encompassed the majority of my interests. I have been doing a lot of research into what I want to study after undergraduate school and have essentially narrowed my interests down to continuing with CHE or studying either applied physics, EE, or materials science. I guess I'm interested in knowing if EE/applied physics are realistic possibilities for grad school given my undergraduate concentrations? I still have time to pursue a minor in EE at this point (instead of CS) if it would improve my chances of acceptance to an EE masters program. The most drastic possibility would be to switch to EE now but that may be more hassle than it's worth if I can get into a graduate program without switching. Any feedback would be great!