I'm planning to major in physics at my university. However, this will be a second degree. My first was a 3 year biology degree 7 years ago. I'm interested in the job prospects of the various physics degrees and since my university is a small undergraduate school, they offer multiple bachelors/cross disciplinary degrees. I'd be interested to see how these rank in terms of immediate job potential upon graduation. 4 year Physics Major 4 year Computational Physics Major 4 year Chemical Physics Major 4 year Mathematical Physics Major 4 year Honours Physics 4 year Honours Computational Physics 4 year Honours Medical Physics 4 year Honours Chemical Physics 4 year Honours Mathematical Physics Obviously the honours would outrank the standard 4 years, but how do they rank amongst each other? I'm most interested in the Chemical Physics stream, either 4 year or honours and the Medical Physics Honours. However, do either of these streams make much difference at the undergrad level or do they require graduate work before becoming employable. I'd assume the Computational would have the most immediate job potential because of the cross over between computational physics and comp sci.