I'm majoring in ee for sure, maybe eecs if I get into Berkeley or MIT (unlikely but who knows what the future holds). I would also like to learn a lot of physics to build that kind of thinking and a solid background for situations in which I go into research and development in the industry. My questions are: 1. Is the job prospect any better for a person who has physics major rather than physics minor on his resume? 2. If so, are the extra base course requirements (i think like seven humanities courses, "breadth courses" if you will) worth the major, or should I just save some time and do a minor?