I'm starting school at the University of Arizona soon, and I am very torn on which major to choose. I realize that most people change their major 2-3 times by the time they graduate, but any suggestions would be great! Here is a little bit about me: Throughout high school, I excelled in my math and sciences classes. I was one of the few at my terrible school that actually LIKED learning about any type of math. Often times my calculus teacher offered extra credit projects, and I was glad to lecture about the thoughts of Newton and Leibniz. However, I didn't do extra credit projects because I needed them, or because I was an over-achiever. I did them because I would rather come home from school and read further on my current subjects instead of playing X-box. I'm not only interested in math. I love all types of science- biology, physics, chemistry, geology, astronomy, etc. I worked at an obsevatory for a few years, operating telescopes. From my experiences I imagined astronomers as free-thinkers who were able to ponder about the universe endlessly, and were able to attempt to create their own theories, if they wanted. I thought for awhile that astronomy might be my calling. But after watching old, overweight men day after day, sitting 2 inches away from their computer screens, unhappily scribbling down lists of numbers, I no longer really desired to be an astronomer. They seemed imprisoned at their own job. I wanted more. So my main questions to you are these: If I simply love to learn about how things (any damn thing in the world) work, is there any major that would be right for me? Since I love to learn about any type of science, is there such a major that is focused more on broad scientific knowledge rather than a certain specialty? Thanks for any input.