I'm currently an undergraduate in electrical engineering. There aren't any nuclear engineering programs in my state, but I'm highly considering getting a graduate degree in nuclear engineering following my undergraduate degree, because it's very interesting to me. However, I'm wondering whether staying in electrical engineering would be the best option. I'm only a freshman at the moment, so it wouldn't be too much of a problem to switch to another degree program. Would it be better for me if I switched my major to physics as a way to lead in to a nuclear engineering program? As far as electrical engineering is concerned, I was thinking the power aspects of it would be helpful for nuclear engineering, but I'm not sure as to what extent. What would prepare me better for a graduate degree in nuclear engineering: electrical engineering or physics? If neither, is there another branch of science or engineering that would be better than both, such as chemistry or chemical engineering?