Should I double major in EE and Physics??? Need advices Even though I'm currently majoring in EE, I also have great interest in physics. I'm now considering about doubling EE and Physics. I've just discuss about double majoring with my department advisor, she told me that doubling will require me to fullfill the GE requirements for both colleges (engineering and letter & science), which is like 4 more GE classes. Also, since I've been taking physics-major's physics courses; so, I don't need to retake undergrad phys courses if I've decided to double. For the physics part, I'm thinking about studying solid-state physics. And for the EE part, I'm thinking about fields related to semiconductor. My primary inquiry is if those two fields (solid-state phys and semiconductor) are related (in terms of career path) ??? Also, please tell me if you guys think doubling EE and Physics is a good idea or not? Your advices are all welcome. Thank you all for your time.