Hi, I'm considering , ChemE, ME, EECS, and aero/astro. As far as I know, EECS seems to have the best job opportunities and flexibility (especially the CS part), but ChemE/ME seem to have more physics in general. It seems like EECS at my school involves quite a lot of math (diffEq/Fourier/Laplace transform for courses like signals&systems, algorithm for CS classes), but very little physics per se, unless you get to graduate level EE classes. I was wondering if anyone could clarify to me if I'm having any misconceptions. Thank you.