I picked chemical engineering as my major and I think I am starting to regret it. I get pretty good grades, so I'm not that bad in my classes. I just dont find it very interesting. Its just hard for me to find pipe flow or saturation curves (the stuff we learn in class) interesting no matter how hard I try. As a kid I would always tinker with electronics and self teach myself. As a result, I am pretty handy with the soldering iron and am pretty familiar with basic electronic components. In general, I find electrical stuff very interesting and think I would have made a better electrical engineer. I regularly read up on electrical related issues/topics, yet I never really do that for chemical stuff. I also managed to score myself a fairly high paid summer job working for an oil company. Its a pretty ok job, but I just dont think I can get myself interested in flowing gas, well measurements, compressor engines, or etc... Sure beats flipping burgers, but still nothing too particularly interesting or exciting. So I'm just wondering if anyone else had felt they made a wrong choice in the type of engineering to go into? Perhaps the work life of a chemical engineer isnt as dull as the stuff we have to learn in class?