(I thought I'd repost this into the appropriate section) Hi, I'm a semi-sophomore in Engineering at a community college in Massachusetts. We don't have engineering classes, but a great Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics department (My Linear Algebra class has 6 students in it). I plan to transfer to UMass in another year, and have yet to decide which Engineering field to enter. I have Calculus I & II, Linear Algebra, Physics I & II, Chemistry I & II, and a bunch of general education courses completed. Next year I'll be finishing up my maths with Multivariate and Diff-EQ, along with the remaining general education courses I'll need for a bachelors degree. I'm also taking two courses in 3D modeling and animation using Cinema 4D for personal enjoyment. I'm 26 and work full-time, so 4 classes a semester is my limit while maintaining 3.5+ grades. I run a wastewater treatment plant at night, and have close to 10 years experience in this field. I plan on four more years of school - taking things at my own pace and learning because I really enjoy it. I'm interested in almost every field of engineering for different reasons. Civil/Environmental really builds upon my 10 years in wastewater treatment (for which I have extensive laboratory and operations experience). I'm really interested in electrical because I have a strong desire to learn how to make my own intelligent control systems (along with various sensors). Adapting this knowledge to automated wastewater controls is a future goal. I'm mechanically inclined (I rebuild my own engines, make components for various projects, TIG welding, etc.). And I'm also a private pilot, so aerospace engineering interests me (along with fluid mechanics, control systems, lightweight high-performance powerplants, etc. which tie back into other fields). I've already resolved to entering multiple fields as I go, but what to enter initially and obtain a bachelors in is what has me pulling my hair out. Civil makes a lot of sense for the economic aspects (along with the greater training in project management which tends to lead to well-paying management roles), but almost everyone I speak with - friends, engineers, and advisors tell me to do Electrical. Electrical has a higher peak potential as an actual engineer (at least in my area) along with more available positions. It also allows me to pursue more classes in the Physics department which I love. I'd be interested in hearing some advice here. Thanks guys/gals!