Hi, I'm going to be graduating from high school next year and I am trying to decide on a course of study in university. I really want to be an engineer because I love math, science, and technology and seem to be reasonably good with all of the above. I want to get into research in the field of nuclear power, but I certainly don't want to spend the rest of my life working in that field. I want to be able to work in a variety of fields such as vehicle design, electronics, etc. I live in Ontario, and would like to go to school in the province simply because I don't have the money to live out of province or out of country and go to school. Options I'm considering are Engineering Physics at McMaster, Engineering Science at the University of Toronto, or Nuclear Engineering at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. I've also considered taking a degree in physics instead. I was wondering if anyone has any comments on these programs and how suitable they might be, as well as any other schools or programs that might work for me. I just thought I'd mention that I'm especially drawn to McMaster because they have their own nuclear reactor on campus.