I'm a physics/math major halfway through my (first) senior year. Until recently, I planned on pursuing a PhD in physics after graduation but I've decided to switch to engineering for grad school. I'd appreciate any advice on going this route (physics/math BS to a masters or PhD in an engineering discipline). Although it's my senior year, I still have three semesters left because the physics department here is small and only offers certain necessary classes every other year. That being the case, my course load for the last two semesters is quite light. I thought I'd fill this time with some engineering courses so that I have less catching up to do the first couple years of grad school. I think I'd have time for three or four (engineering) classes that last year. Any advice on particularly important courses that I should take would also be appreciated. I haven't yet decided between electrical or mechanical engineering for however that may effect your replies. I do, of course, plan on speaking with an advisor about this but I thought I'd field some replies here first. Any input helps. Thanks.