So I'm entering my 3rd year of an Electrical Engineering degree and we're required to choose a second major from the following: 1. Control Systems 2. Power and Energy Systems 3. Signal Processing 4. Telecommunications And I'm unsure which one to go for because I have interests in all fields! I'm fascinated by electric motors, generating electricity and developing methods to transmit that energy wirelessly, but I'm also interested in transmitting and receiving data. I'm also drawn to the hardware aspect that Control Systems would offer, since I would like to focus my future career in the hardware/electronics side of things and somehow combine it with telecom/signal processing. Whilst I'm not so much drawn to the power side of things, I know that going with 2. will definitely guarantee me a job in Australia and anywhere else in the (Western) world. But from what I know, this type of role seems to be more of an office work based job? Since the power plants are usually so far from the major cities. I'd rather have an even combination of practical and office type work. I think I'd prefer to work in a research type of company/institution with regards to this discipline then. I know that I can combine at most, two of the disciplines/majors in my future career, so I can narrow it down that way. I've looked through the course structure for each major and their electives, and I've seen that a lot of the electives cross over into all the other majors so I can still broaden my scope that way. Right now I'm leaning towards either Control Systems or Telecommunications (the electives for this one have me particularly interested!). Anyone care to offer some advice? What it's like in the industry and such? Also a part of me would like to move to America in the near future, so which discipline would suit me best over there?