Sup guys, Next school year I need to have a major chosen, but I am unable to decide. My initial pick was physics, but it is just to much mathematics for me. I enjoy math and do well in it; However, I just can't seem to get straight A's in it, and can only seem to manage a b+/a-. I really like chemistry a lot. Its interests me as much as physics does. I like the idea that it still involves mathematics but has more science than the mathematical framework of physics. If I chose this as my major I would really like to purse a phd after graduating. I have looked into chemical engineering and it just seems dull and boring. I have really decided against it. Now when it comes to engineering, I immediately took interest in electrical engineering. I like the idea of being able to open up say a phone or ipod and know exactly how its working. I like the idea of building alternative ways to meet our energy needs. However, the part I don't like is the programming and massive use of a computer. I have read that electrical engineering requires a lot of computer work and not as much hands on work in building things. I am asking for some insight on what exactly electrical engineers do, not just from some website, but from actual people. These are really the only two majors I am really interested in. Please give me some feedback. This way I can make a wise decision.