Physics after engineering or engineering after physics?

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i'm a extremely confused one in my field of study. . I'm currently studying in medical field as my undergrad and i'm to leave it now as i don't get further interest on medicine. . Now i've to take a major decision regarding my next undergrad choice, but i'm confused if i choose physics or engineering this purpose?

i would obviously like to take physics but my surrounding convince to take engineering as it offers better job purpose...i may also take double major here concerning physics & engineering but it may cost me much pressure.......
now my question is if i can take physics as my undergrad & then convert to engineering for my masters program?
or vice versa?

& plz also suggest me which one is better for a undergrad program?
 

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Astronuc
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I'd recommend physics first or concurrently with engineering. Every engineer should study physics.
 

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