Hello, I was searching for information on the Electrical Engineering field and found this website. I'm currently serving as an enlisted member of the Air Force, and am curious as to the demands of an engineering education. A little background, I went to college for about 2 years, but back then I was very undisciplined and did a tad bit to much partying (UNC). Now after being in the AF for a bit, I'm getting that urge again to move on and improve my life. I'm stationed in South Carolina, and have already sent in an application to USC, where I plan to finish an associates in science, but with the help of my academic advisor I will only take courses that will directly transfer to USC at Columbia to an EE degree (I have about 45 civilian credits and 65 military credits). I basically already have an AA in Applied Science from the AF... My job is an Electronic Warfare Technician... basically we repair and maintain radar jamming pods for F16's and A10's... Part of the education was Electronic Principles and the general theory of Electronic Warfare. We learned all about AC/DC theory, solid state circuits, and the usual stuff but I really want to get into designing. I understand EE is not for everyone and even as a full time student is very demanding, I'm honestly not the greatest at math... and its been about a year and a half (besides electronic principles) since my last math course... but is that all it is, is math and more math? Is it mindless memorization of forumlas and theories just to be regurgitated later? If it is, I'm still in for the game, I'd just like to know what I'm getting myself into :) Thanks ahead of time, and I'd appreciate any comments or suggestions!