Hi. Recently I saw that the Purdue Northwest campus near me is offering a Mechatronics bachelor's degree. Now for the longest time I figured that I wanted to do physics and then I could learn as I go and decide what I want to specialize in later on. I just knew that it was going to be science and math related. So, when I looked into Mechatronics, I was excited to see that it's very interdisciplinary yet still a little more specialized than a physics degree, or so I would imagine. Now, one other thing has started to make itself clear to me over the past year: I would love to know how to write code and design video games, or just be good at programming in general. When I told this to my buddy who's taking a compscience degree, he told me that I should just stick to Compscience and didn't have much to say about Mechatronics. I haven't read anything bad about Mechatronics, but now I wonder... Should I look more into the computer science route? Or is that something that will be covered enough in Mechatronics to where I should take the interdisciplinary route>? Thanks for your time in reading my post. Any advice is greatly appreciated!