>>7789276 do you think studying mechanical engineering is better than physics? i'm worried about losing the opportunity to have accreditation employment wise, but i'm worried about course selection being redundant since i already know how to use CAD and matlab.
>>7789285 Depends a lot on your goals, honestly. For me (and my family's finances), it was important to get a good-paying job as soon as possible, leaving further education for evening classes, so I went with Mechanical. It got me a great job right away, and I could still satisfy my physics curiosity through electives/extra classes.
If you're sure you want to go the PhD route, and aren't really that worried about employability in the short term, pure physics might be better.
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