Hello! I am a sophomore in college currently pursuing degrees in Physics and Engineering, part of a dual degree program my college offers. However, I am having trouble deciding between sticking with my current major and changing to a pursuing of Math and Engineering degrees. Allow me to explain what these look like: Physics / Engineering My college offers this through a dual degree program, which would allow me a B.S. in both Physics and Engineering over the course of 5 years. I would spend 3 years total at my current school for Physics and two years at the partner school for Engineering. Math / Engineering My school does not, however, have a dual degree program for Math and Engineering. If I were to change to this program, I would be getting a Math B.S. at my current school and a Masters in Engineering at some other school, all of this taking place over 6 years. My Situation While I have not gotten very far along in physics classes, Principles of Physics I & II were both difficult for me, which sort of intimidates me when I think about the later, likely more difficult physics courses. I was able to pull off an A in Principles I and a B in Principles II, however, so maybe I should not give up so soon. On the other hand, I have been more successful overall in my Math classes as well as enjoyed them more. The only reason I believe I enjoyed them more, however, is because most of them weren't PowerPoint classes like both physics classes were. I do much better in classes where the teacher writes notes on and works problems out on the board, which seems less common in Physics. Am I mistaken in thinking all my future math classes will be like this? For fear I am making this post too long, I am going to wrap up now. Overall, I'd be very appreciative if you guys could share your thoughts on this dilemma. I need all the advice I can get ! Thank you very much!!!