Hey all, I'm a third/coming fourth year physics major and I'm starting to get a little apprehensive. Graduation is looming and I don't know if this degree is going to do very much for me. I'm afraid that when I graduate I will have no prospects for a job or career or no acceptances to grad school. I'm even at a loss for which area I would want to specialize in-- I'm fairly pragmatic and not very passionate, so I do want something that makes me $$-- but medical physics, which my parents are pushing me towards, has absolutely no draw whatsoever for me. I'm wondering if I should switch to engineering, and wondering if any have you have made this switch and how difficult it was. Or would it be worth it to finish my undergrad degree and then attempt an engineering degree? (It seems like there would be some reiteration course-wise that might be economically better to avoid in this route.) In terms of interest, I am finding it difficult to pinpoint a path that balances what I am skilled in and what I enjoy-- software engineering is very attractive to me, as is computer science, but sadly I have found I have low to no aptitude coding-wise. Possible to overcome? For reference, my GPA is a 3.7 at the moment-- about as average as you can get-- hoping to get it up next year. tl;dr Wondering how hard a mid-degree switch from physics to engineering (speciality uncertain) would be and whether it would be worth it.