Hi, I am 1st year frosh currently enrolled in engineering science program at University of Toronto. I was always fascinated by robots, and when I joined high school's robotics team and worked as a core executive member, that was pretty much the happiest time of my life. Anyways, I want to know which education path I should take in order for me to become decent 'mechatronics' engineer. Currently, in our program we get to choose our specializations in 3rd year. They include, aerospace, biomedical, electrical/computer, physics, nanotechnology, infrastructure, and energy systems. I was thinking of going to electrical/computer since they seem to be closest to robotics itself. However, I heard that aerospace option will allow me to do robotics as well. Which option do you think is better? Also, I was thinking of doing masters degree in robotics related engineering. They seem to range from mechanical, systems, and electrical/computer engineering. What kind of engineering should I apply for at that time? Any reply will be appreciated.