Hey everybody. I had a short talk with Miguel San Martin a few years ago, he is one of the top aerospace engineers at NASA's JPL. He said he would study math/physics as undergaduate rather than engineering if he could go back in time. Not that he wanted to switch careers, but because those subjects would become very helpful later as an aerospace engineer. What do you guys think? If trying to pursue a masters/Ph.D in engineering (electrical or aero-astro), would an undergaduate in physics be an advantage over an engineering one or not? Thanks in advance for your replies!