I'm a high school senior, making my college decision in the next month or two. I applied to schools as an Aerospace engineering major, but I'm really enjoying my AP chemistry class and leaning towards Chem E as a major now. However, I do not wish to totally abandon aerospace, so I was thinking I could work on Aerospace materials, in specific polymers and composite materials. Would it be more advantageous to Chem E major, than major in Aerospace? I want to get an education in both disciplines, as I do not want to be ignorant in one topic or another. I'm currently leaning towards Majoring in Chem E with a concentration in Polymer engineering, then get master's in Aerospace. Would this make sense? Recommendations are appreciated for what my course of action should be.