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Change Major in Purdue
Hello! I was enrolled in the department of Physics for Fall 2020 as an undergrad. While I am interested in physics, I am also very interested in EE. How easy is it to get the double major EE + Physics? I heard from many it's not hard and I can apply after my first semester. Also, while I am considering to double major, I am planning to hold/discontinue physics and pursue my EE program if course load gets too overwhelming. How realistic is this? I'm a little confused because I heard you have a lower acceptance rate when you declare engineering than a science course, so I didn't believe it is that easy to enter the college of engineering. Won't many get in this way then? Thank you in advance!0 replies