Hey all. I was just wondering: what roles (if any) are there at power plants (particularly nuclear) for ppl with just an undergrad in applied math/physics? I am asking, b/c, despite the fact that I often read that ppl with an undergrad in physical sciences can do engineering, I also read that you need a license to legally call yourself an engineer, and you need an undergrad in engineering to get the license. In other words, I am getting mixed messages. This question can be broadened to other forms of power engineering. Do applied math/physics grads get hired for engineering roles? If not, do they get hired at all? For which roles? Thnx for any responses. PS Where do people with degrees in Engineering Physics end up, anyway?