Hello: I've been trying to decide on a specified area of study to focus on as I progress through my undergraduate coursework (very interested in nanotechnology, in the general sense). However, my university doesn't offer any type of degree that is comprised mostly of nanotechnology courses. So I thought it had to be a tie between materials/metallurical and optical engineering. Would anyone happen to know what employers/fellow researchers would be looking for course-wise in a graduate? Thx.