Okay so I'm an Engineering Physics major and I plan on taking plenty of EE courses. I am considering doing a little extra work and declaring a minor. My current plan is to go to graduate school but I would like a fallback plan in case something comes up. I would like to work with something related to semiconductor devices if I do join the workforce after college. I currently plan on taking physics courses on Solid State Physics and the EE courses I currently plan on taking are on Microfabrication, Microelectronic circuits, and IC circuits. I've already taken a introduction to circuits course and a few computer science courses. I also am signed up for a course on material properties and plan on taking a course on numerical analysis. I would really only have to take one more course on signals and systems to declare the minor but that is a semester I could take something more interesting. Given what I have already taken and what I plan on taking, will that one class really make any difference? Will the minor make a difference with how desirable to an employer? Are there any other courses I can take or anything else I can do to make myself desirable?