Currently I am intended to start next fall as a Physics major at the University of Delaware. My interest lies in Fluid Dynamics particularly in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics. I understand it's really early in my college career and I may change my interest, however I was surprised to find that as a physics undergraduate there are no courses offered in Fluid Dynamics for physics but instead only engineering majors. Aside from Fluid Dynamics, I am far more interested in the physics topics than any engineering topic. My main goal is to continue on to a graduate school for Physical Oceanography, so my question is Fluid Dynamics a physics topic in general or would switching to a engineering field be the only way to experience a undergraduate course in that topic. Also, many individuals seem to believe that an engineering degree is far more "Useful" than compared to a BS in Physics would anyone comfirm or deny this claim. Thank you in advance for any and all opinions given.