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Which field do you want to specialise in? It really depends on that (and your interests). For example, financial or chemical engineering might generally not require Physics as a pre-requisite. Notice the use of the word generally, as this is entirely dependent on where you are applying and if the university has strict entry requirements. However, you will encounter Physics at some point of time while studying undergrad, so you must be prepared to study the subject (whether that means now or in university).

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