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Engineering Physics is a popular degree at some universities as well. It typically will combine engineering basics while looking at the world through the physics mentality.
Nuclear Engineering is very Physics based. If you enjoy physics, then consider nuclear engineering as an option.
Is your physics background in general physics or mechanics? If so, then mechanical engineering might be a good fit. If you like electricity and magnetism, then electrical engineering could be of interest. If materials are your thing, maybe look into civil or mechanical engineering. Hope this helps.