I'm a high school student, and I am not sure if I want to get a degree in engineering (electrical or aerospace) or physics? I would like to go to graduate school eventually and get a job in industry. My interests: I love everything about space, and I would love to work for a company like SpaceX or NASA to design and work with spacecraft. However, I am also interested in some physics-heavy fields. For instance, it would be awesome if I could work on a quantum computer, or even work at CERN and experiment with particle physics. I am wondering what a good path to follow would look like. So far, my options seem to be - Aerospace engineering bachelors and eventually masters - Electrical engineering bachelors and masters - Physics bachelors and then PhD (is that how it usually goes?) - I have also read about Applied Physics and that really interests me. However, with applied physics, what degrees do people normally get? Is it usually an undergrad followed by a masters or a phd? With a physics or applied physics degree, could I still get jobs that are normally reserved for "engineers" by title?