I'm going to be an undergraduate at UVA Engineering starting next year. Right now, I don't think I'll want to end up living as an engineer. I think I want to go into law, business, finance, or something in one of those general areas. I'm fairly set on doing a double major in Physics (<3 physics). My top choices for what to study in the Engineering school are: -Systems Engineering - through this I would do a concentration in economics or mathematics. The former would be beneficial if I go into business or law or something, and the latter would make a physics double major easier. -Electrical Engineering - easy to get a physics double major through this (overlapping requirements). -Mechanical Engineering - this is my second year working on robotics in high school, so I have an idea of what I'd be getting into, and I like it. Suggestions?