Hi, I'm currently in physics at McMaster University in Canada, and I'm considering a switch to Engineering Physics. What I need is some info from other users and administrators about the 2 disciplines. Things like the distinction between them, career prospects, job information. You see I'm generally interested in finishing at my 4 year bachelor degree, but I'm not throwing out the possibility of a masters degree. When I talk to the physics department they assure me that industrial type jobs and research engineer positions are available to students holding a bachelor degree in physics. I just can't seem to find them. I would feel a bit more secure and hopeful if There were many physics opportunities, but so far I don't see them. This is the reason I'm considering the switch to engineering, but not necessarily engineering physics.