I am quickly approaching graduation this Spring with a bachelor's degree in Engineering Physics and a minor in Math (GPA-3.7, physics GPA-3.9). With the economy the way it is, I don't feel I have much of a chance to get a good job utilizing my degree right now, so I am considering grad school. A local university is hosting a graduate open house where they allow graduates to apply for grad school. They offer a Master of Science in Computer Science, and allow graduates with a non-computer science degree who are seeking entry. I am heavily considering this. For one thing I love computers and technology and I am interested in programming. Also, when I search for the top degrees in demand, Computer Science is on every single list. My number one goal is to make myself employable. They also offer a Master of Science in Mechatronic Systems Engineering, which sounds very cool, but I don't see many employers looking for a Mechatronics Engineer. But I think I would really like Computer Science. I would really like to know how well I could utilize my engineering physics degree with a computer science masters on top of it. What do you think?