Is it possible...?!?!

<p>Hey,
I was just doing my course selections, and i'm basically wondering if it's possible to do a double major in engineering and physics, or a major in engineering and a minor in physics? I don't know if i should email the head of engineering but it seems like a pretty trivial thing to be worried about? What say you guys?</p>

<p>I know someone who is doing that right now...double majoring in ECE and BS physics. I've heard of other people doing it as well. It's possible, but from what I've seen it does almost kill you sometimes. I can give you the guy's email address as a PM if you wish.</p>

<p>yes please... and thanks!</p>

<p>Oh, and also, i didn't see 'Environmental Engineering' as a course offering in Lafayette's First Year Registration page, even though the website has a separate 'Environmental Engineering' page. I chose Mechanical Engineering as my first choice as a result, maybe i'll be able to change it when i get there?</p>

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Oh, and also, i didn't see 'Environmental Engineering' as a course offering in Lafayette's First Year Registration page, even though the website has a separate 'Environmental Engineering' page. I chose Mechanical Engineering as my first choice as a result, maybe i'll be able to change it when i get there?

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Environmental Engineering is covered under Civil Engineering: Division</a> of Engineering: Civil</p>

<p>At one time the department was referred to as the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.</p>