I'd like some honest feedback about this college please (it's in PA). I'm eying it for several reasons. For one, it's fairly cheap. This is important because whatever isn't covered by grants and scholarships will be coming from loans, as well as using them to pay my rent (I'm 33 and live on my own, full-time student, part-time job). Second, they have an arrangement worked out with my community college, so they are guaranteed to accept all my credits. Third, the Ambler campus is minutes from my house with a free shuttle service to the Philadelphia campus. So, Temple is looking like a good choice for me, but their physics department doesn't seem to be ranked very highly. Can anyone with some knowledge give some input about their physics and engineering departments? I want to dual major in physics and mechanical engineering before pursuing a master's in one or the other or astrophysics. I have 46 credits and a 3.8 gpa.