I am a senior about to finish my undergraduate degree in physics (with a minor in CS). Lately though I have been really debating whether or not I should continue in physics and get a PhD. I like physics, but I'm not sure if I want to spend 6-7 years getting a degree. I'm also not sure which branch of physics I want to pursue. Recently I have been strongly considering going to graduate school to get a masters degree in engineering. I am particularly looking at Electrical or Computer Engineering. My GRE scores are 800 math, 730 verbal, and 5.0 writing, and my GPA is 3.6, so I should be able to get into a decent school. I haven't taken the physics GRE yet. I would appreciate any advice related to physics graduate school vs. engineering graduate school, and anything else I might not have considered. I would also appreciate any suggestions about which engineering disciplines to consider. Also if anyone else has transitioned from physics to engineering I would appreciate learning what the procedure is regarding classes you may not have had and if there are any classes I could take next semester If I decide to go engineering in order to make the transition easier?