Hi folks, I have a BSEE and am interested in pursuing a PhD focused on accelerator physics. I had originally planned for an EE PhD in RF/Microwave, but after reading ZapperZ's accelerator physics thread and doing a bit of reading, I find myself drawn in this direction. I've looked at some of the schools involved in this type of research and found a few with EE faculty with this interest. Of course, there are more physics and applied physics programs with accelerator physics research versus EE. I'm interested in any advice you can offer regarding the EE vs physics PhD with the goal being a career in accelerator physics. One concern I have is my limited physics background (two general physics classes and the EE version of undergrad electromagnetics). I'm planning to apply this fall so that leaves me about 6 months to study for the physics GRE. Would it be worth it to pursue the physics route for the additional opportunities I assume it will provide? Thanks for your insight.