Hi everyone, So I am a college junior in Electrical Engineering. After getting my B.S. in Electrical Engineering, I plan on getting a master's degree in Nuclear Engineering. What came to my mind the other day is that I could get a second B.S. in Physics with the addition of the following courses: Quantum Physics/Atomic Theory Mechanics and Relativity (i hear this is a difficult subject) Electronic Circuits Light Classical Physics lab or Modern Physics lab Electromagnetic fields (I am exempt from this because I am an EE student) Any opinion on this? I am planning on getting my M.S. at the same school, so could I work on my M.S. and also take these courses on the side? (I plan to take one as an undergrad, and perhaps the others would be as described above, perhaps one per semester). My main concern is, would this necessarily do much for my career as an engineer? I guess part of the reason I want to do it (aside from interest), is the fact that it is so close.