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CS: You'll end up making "normal" software.
EE: You'll end up making embedded software and circuit boards.
Physics: You'll end up doing hard math problems and probably teaching others.
hidden12524ySorry, I should have been clearer, these are joint degrees so "Computer science and Electronic Engineering" is one degree and "Computer Science and Physics" is one degree, and I'm sort of hoping to go on and do a PhD eventually if that's any help and research Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning, hence why I'm unsure
Mmm I think keep one in a MOOC and other in a degree. Www.edx.org