I know this might sound like a very, very peculiar question, with a very, very peculiar description. Anyway, I am currently going for the fourth and last year of my curriculum in Physics school and I want to be completely honest with you before I even ask: I do have a noticeable bunch of courses that I still have to pass (fortunately or not, my country allows accumulation) because I wasn't the best student in the first year and I'm also struggling with my newly-discovered OCD. But now I'm on track and already spending my summer studying to not only pass, but get great grades in some courses. On to the actual question. I love and have always loved Physics, but what I love about it is its applications, not the theoretical stuff. I have always been fascinated by circuits, nuclear reactors, satellites, materials and the list goes on. The reason I still chose it over engineering is because I want to gain the most basic understanding of the principles that govern those devices, plus I can always get a Master's in Engineering afterwards. Since I'm also a programmer -and a 'computer wiz' in general- and I'll admit to watching a lot of '24', I'm very interested in the field of intelligence analysis. Be it signal processing of a satellite image, writing software for a radar system, or working in the defense sector, I love all of this. So, do you think I can somehow reach that goal? Feel free to ask for clarifications if I haven't made something clear. Thank you!