Hi guys! I was doing some thinking on what my degree plans are going to be and I stumbled across a plan that I like. Anyone have any comments? Thanks. Also I'm wondering about the BS - Physics and Computer Science. I am assuming it is just as respected as if I had gotten the plain BS-Physics? Current plan: Bachelor of Science - Computer Engineering and Computer Science Master of Science - Electrical Engineering Possibly minor in physics or math Take a graduate course in physics as elective Possible plan (double major): Bachelor of Science - Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Science - Physics and Computer Science Master of Science - Electrical Engineering No minors Take up to several grad physics courses Pros of going with possible plan: Option of applying to PhD in any of Physics, EE, or CS Opportunity for taking more grad classes in physics as undergrad Get to take more interesting courses in EE and Physics than currently able Already completed almost all requirements for computer science Cons: Extra units - about $6,000-$9,000 more in tuition out of pocket Less flexibility - Absolutely no open spots for free electives Heavier workload - more classes per semester Have to go through a few extra boring & dull intro classes instead of interesting challenging major classes. I have to pass a foreign language test at a 3rd semester level, or else take 3 semesters of foreign language. Taking the classes is entirely out of the question - I would have to pass the test.