I am an international student. I had applied to some colleges in the States and got accepted in a few. I have paid my enrollment deposit to a selective liberal arts college because it offered be a very good financial aid (and the others weren't affordable for me at all). But I want to be an engineer (computer, electrical or electronics). That college doesn't offer any engineering degree but claims to prepare students for engineering degree in master's level. Though it has a 3-2 engineering program, my financial condition may not allow me to go for it. My plan too is to continue for grad school right after my bachelor's degree. If I take physics and ask my counselor to include all the programs courses required (which are available in the college) for MEng in computer engineering, and also do a double major in computer science (hopefully), will I be able to get admission in a good grad school for computer engineering? Will that make me a computer engineer or something else? And how will be the course load? What kind of jobs will I get after that? Also, if this is possible, what are the other engineering field that I can go for after I complete BA in Physics from that liberal arts college? After I go to grad school for engineering with a BA degree in Physics, I'll need to take some courses to cover the parts BEng students take. Can that make me eligible to get a BEng degree certificate (because I will have learned everything a BEng student requires to learn) from that university along with MEng degree? I still have few months before the college will begin and if I am on a wrong path, I'm ready to leave that college and take a gap year to search for other options. Thanks in advance.