After thinking for a few weeks I've realized that I like the applications of physics much more than researching physics. The problem is that my school doesn't offer engineering or engineering physics degrees, so I'm stuck with either physics or chemistry. If my medical school plans don't flesh out, I think I'd like to go into aerospace or mechanical engineering. Right now I'm leaning towards chemistry because I'll actually be able to graduate on time instead of staying an extra semester with physics. I've read that it shouldn't be too hard to go from a bachelors in physics from a masters in engineering, but what about chemistry to mechanical engineering? I know I would have to take remedial classes, but would they even allow a chemistry student into a mechanical engineering program? By the time I graduate with a chemistry degree I should have Physics 1/2 and Calculus 1-3 (I could also squeeze in Diff Eq 1 and Linear Algebra). I've looked at simply transferring schools, but the school I'm interested in doesn't accept transfer students for MechE - they only accept 3-2 transfers which is too expensive.