Hello, I'm a first year student going into mechanical engineering at the university of Waterloo in Canada. I initially chose this because I really wanted to work either with satellites or nuclear power plants and my teachers advised that a mechanical engineering degree would net me easy access to either of those two different fields. However, after a lot of decisions and experience I found that I liked circuitry and electrodynamics a lot more compared to mechanics and thermodynamics. More specifically I like electrical engineering compared to mechanical engineering now. However the university told me that, due to specialization off the bat, I won't be able to switch easily and will have to retake another year in the future if I want to switch but, due to financial problems, I cannot invest the extra money. So currently I'm in this spot where I just have to keep on going with my major. What can I do from this point onwards?