Hi there! I'm currently pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Physics with minors in both Applied Math & Chemistry and am considering a career in engineering. Now, before all of you engineers jump my case about physics isn't engineering or whatever, please be mindful I'm here for help about my career path. I've always been interested in a job in the oil and gas sector and was just awarded an internship with Halliburton, but I suppose my question is: is it possible for someone with a physics degree to transition into an engineering position or would it be more beneficial to pursue a master's degree in Chemical Engineering or Petroleum Engineering before trying to get into industry? I'm too far along in my physics degree to start over with a bachelors in engineering, also my school doesn't offer either of my desired fields. Any insight will be greatly appreciated!