Hi all, So I am considering becoming an engineer I guess, I love building things and enjoy using computers...Potentially an electrical engineer I like circuits and electricity in general but I also like fluids too. I currently am a Meteorology & Atmospheric Science major. Also minoring in physics but I've surpassed the physics requirements already. Entering my senior year here are some courses I've taken: Chem (Two Semesters) Calc 1-3 Diffy Eqs. Prob and stats for scints and engineers University Physics 1&2 Scientific Programing (python) Modern Physics Classical Mechanics E & M (One semester) Atmospheric Dynamics (Two semesters) Atmospheric Physics Would it be possible to apply to a masters program in some sort of engineering with this background, I've talked to a few universities and they say I would have to take courses in the summer to catch up on certain things like no lab experience and other classes..