Which branch of Engineering uses the most Physics?

I would love to be a Physics major but it seems I would never get a job. Engineering is the safest bet, but I still want to learn a ton of Physics.

Asked By: Atom - 9/19/2008
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I don't think there is any clear cut solution to this. I am an electrical major, I use alot of the stuff... More
Answered By: west6cor - 9/19/2008
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go into mechinical engineering! my brother is majoring in it and they use a ton of physics.
Answered By: wireddevin - 9/19/2008
Depends on what part of physics you like best. No matter what, most engineering branch uses a large amount of physics. Mechanical engineering - kinematics, dynamics, etc Electrical engineering - anything electrical Civil Engineering - statics
Answered By: netgrocery - 9/19/2008
If you like physics go for it. If you are really good at it there will always be jobs. All engineering is about equal in its use of physics.
Answered By: David D - 9/19/2008
nuclear engineering
Answered By: David B - 9/19/2008
From looking at the notes of some of my friends, I think Aeronautical Engineering involves a large amount of Physics and Maths. I'm a Physics student myself, and they do a lot of quite similar stuff (Thermodynamics and such).
Answered By: Michael A - 9/19/2008
Go into mechanical ... it's difficult, but aloooot of physics, and you'll *always* have a job.
Answered By: Chuckie<3Bobby (p****d off) - 9/19/2008
The Civil Engineering but if you have passion for physics you can then chose to specialize in Structural Engineering(Sub Branch of Civil Engineering). It all physics specially the forces and stresses etc.
Answered By: Najif I - 9/19/2008
Nobody seems to have mentioned optics or teaching. There is also the root to quantum mechanics.
Answered By: Mick P - 9/20/2008
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