Hey, I am strongly thinking of switching from mechanical engineering over to engineering physics. I am thinking of taking the first year again, and will therefore have about 5 courses I can choose freely. So the question is, what courses could be a nice addition to a engineering physics degree? I would like the courses to make me more attractive for industry and/or applied research, and perhaps if the degree is as flexible as I think, maybe open up for some interesting master thesis topics. I am thinking of some thermodynamics, fluid and simulation courses. I also find acoustics and sound interesting, but that is something I can chose later anyway. Anyway: do you have any advice?