More "fun"? mechancial vs. electrical I am currently a student at a university finishing my last semester completing a BS in mathematics and a concentration in physics (engineering emphasis). After I graduate, I am going to pursue a BS in engineering before going to graduate school for engineering. I am struggling with the decision of whether I should pursue mechanical or electrical engineering. I have taken related courses outside of my math degree such as - Statics - Dynamics - Thermodynamics - Circuit Analysis - Engineering Physics I & II - Electromagnetism - Modern Physics - General Chemistry I & II - Intro to computer science (C++) I am not interested in making a choice based on salary. In the future, I would like to create something practical and useful and start a company with a friend, who is currently going to graduate school for mechanical engineering. I would like to take my math degree into consideration when making my decision, but ultimately, I want to choose what I will enjoy most. I have been struggling with the decision greatly, and I believe more insight on both fields would help me a lot. Essentially, why do you think mechanical will be more “fun” than electrical engineering, or why do you think electrical will be more “fun” than mechanical engineering? Also, what advice might you have for making this decision considering my mathematics background?