I've heard that enginering (generally) is less difficult than physics but I've also heard that ChemE is the most difficult engineering degree to get. So which is more difficult to get: a B.S. in Physics of a B.S. in ChemE? If ChemE is eaiser, exactly how much easier is it: considerably or only a little? The reason I ask is because I'm a beginning physics major and I'll probably switch over to engineering if I have too much difficulty with advanced-level physics classes. Right now I need to know which minor to choose. If ChemE is a viable "plan B" for me, then I'm going to minor in chemistry so I have more classes that will transfer over to my new major. Also, if ChemE is not a viable plan B, can anyone suggest some other field of engineering that is, and a minor that will help me out with transferring over to it? TIA for any help anyone can give.