Hi everyone, This is my first time posting but I've read many threads from here and I find that all of you seem to be provide good insight and advice on students questions, so here's mine. I am a pursuing a BA in Physics and a BA in Mathematics, my school offers a 3+2 engineering program with the physics degree, and I want to work in the engineering field for my career. My question(s) is should I pursue the BA in Physics with the 3+2 program, or just get my BA in Physics (with engineering related courses for my physics electives: Statics, Fluid Mechanics, Engineering Mechanics/Dynamics, Strength of Materials, Thermodynamics, Analytical Mechanics, Technical Reports in Physics and Engineering) and apply for grad schools for engineering. I will be done at my current school with either choice, and I don't know know what to do when I graduate. Maybe I should try finding a job instead? How hard would it be to get into grad school with a BA in physics to study engineering? (relatively good grades: 3.6 GPA) I want to study either Civil Engineering or Mechanical Engineering at my next school.