Hello! I'm currently a Junior, undergraduate Nuclear and Radiology Engineering major at Georgia Tech, and I'm wondering about what comes after graduation~ I was originally thinking about going into grad school and doing Fusion research, but the past few months I've been more and more interested in particle physics; My adviser told me it is possible to go into grad school for physics with an NRE degree (if I study my arse off for the GRE, that is), but I'm wanting to know if that's correct/actually doable. I've just about finished term one of Quantum Mechanics in addition to my regular NRE courses, and I'm signed up for Quantum II in the spring~ I've also been taking Mathematical Physics, which while not really teaching any physics has been teaching me the more in-depth mathematics that i haven't really used in my engineering courses. So...is it doable to go into grad school for particle physics with an NRE degree, and if so are there any specific supplement classes I should take in addition to Quantum? Opinions?