(I have searched the forums, but I could not find a very similar discussion to this.) I am just starting my B.S. in Physics, and I am very excited! My end goal is to get a degree in Medical Physics, but I just started brainstorming and researching other options. Is a conventional B.S. in physics enough to qualify for a master of science in Nuclear Engineering. (Different universities might have different prerequisites, right?) My understanding is that the requirements for a master's program in an engineering field are different from those of a purely scientific field. What additional courses should I take if I want to ensure that I will be able to qualify for such a program?