Due to an accident that tore up both my TFCCs and other damage, both my wrists are shot. They got cleaned up, but are just all frayed now and not much to do about it. Extended computer time causes me pain, especially when it includes a lot of shift/alt/ctrl with other key combos, such as for command short cuts or camel case, or mouse wheel+movement at the same time. I had been planning to go into engineering, with the idea being I would decide which specific major during freshman physics. I've always enjoyed my math and science classes, so much so that they felt like little triumphs to figure out problems rather than a chore. I have played with an old autocad, and while I can do things with it, I have to go really slow and do it carefully to avoid strain - so probably not fast enough for an employer to like. I also know there are speech to text programs, but I'm not sure how well they work with technical writing, coding, or formulas, or whether you would drive nearby folks in your cubicle farm crazy talking to the computer all the time. Just typing this post took me five times longer than it would have before... What do you guys think, with these limitations is engineering something I can still find a place in?