Hi! I'm entering college this Fall and I'm not sure whether I want to pursue a Chemistry degree or an Engineering degree. The college I'll be attending has a very strong chemistry program, and a comparably weaker engineering program, but they have both programs nonetheless. I'm interested in renewable energy/resources, and sustainable materials/design. Yes, it's a very broad interest, mostly because I haven't been able to take courses related to those things in high school, so I don't know exactly what sector I'm interested in. As for my academics, I really enjoy chemistry (almost done with AP Chem and thought it was a great introduction to chemistry, although again, I haven't taken organic or advanced college level chemistry, so I'm just skimming the surface), I enjoy creating prototypes of little inventions I think of, and I love learning about people's solutions to environmental/energy problems. I feel a bit more confident with chemistry than with physics/math, at least at the introductory level I'm at (taking multivariable calc right now - I can do the psets and do fine on tests, but I'm not sure if I'll really understand Stokes theorem as much as I'll understand the kinetic molecular theory...) But, that could all change once I start taking advanced college courses. I also like learning about a wide variety of subjects within the sciences (like physics and EE), not limited to chemistry. I definitely enjoy multi-disciplinary, hands-on learning. I don't really know which one would suit me best, and I'm looking for some help. I guess the questions from me are: Which option would better allow me to pursue my environmental interests (in college and in the workforce)? Would I feel "stuck" in a chemistry major with my interdisciplinary mindset? Would chemistry open up more opportunity for me (job-wise/ financially) then a degree in engineering? Thanks for reading this... please let me know if you have any thoughts on the subject.