Hey everyone. I'm getting ready to register for spring classes, and I'd like to get some opinions on some things. First off, I'm a sophomore in Electrical Engineering, and I plan on going to grad school for a masters. I talked to my advisor the other day, and we discussed projects he's working on, and he talked about some that involved quantum effects, and I was really interested in that, and think it's something I might like to get more involved with. He suggested trying to get some research experience with both the EE and Physics departments, to show that I've had experience in both, which I fully plan on doing. I've always wanted to know more about quantum mechanics, because so far I have a pretty superficial knowledge of it. Earlier on the boards, someone suggested that EE majors are often put into management positions, and that a Management minor is a good idea, if only for helping get farther in my career. So that was one option I was considering. But after talking with my advisor, I'd love to study more quantum physics and possibly take some more advanced math classes. The physics/math classes I would take would not count towards my major, or towards getting a double major (they could -possibly- net me a physics or math minor, but it's not likely). The Management minor seems like it would be the smart idea to help out with my career later on, but honestly, I'm much more interested in physics than in management...so my question is, which seems like the better investment? Management minor, or more random physics/math classes?