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I would like to be an engineer, but I'm still very unsure which concentration I want to go into. I planned on majoring in physics for my undergrad, to give me some time to think, but would that be enough? Would a physics BA be sufficient to let me get into an engineering MS or M.Eng program, or to even find a job after graduation?