I am at a crossroads in life and am choosing between types of engineering. I might just go into Physics. I'll either become a nuclear,electrical,or aerospace engineer. I don't know which oen pays the most or is that hardest but I'd liek to try one of them. I like the last 2 cause they are offered everywhere and UT Austin has an Engineering Route to Buisness program which allows you to take a head role in a company while getting engineering courses. Nuclear is only offered at a select set of universities. I don't know if I should just gointo one or if it's possible to take them all. Go with one sort for a few year, takeup another, then another for a few years. These 3 are interesting cause they kinda feed into one another. I know many people havebecome many kinds of engineers but is it possible to be 2 or more at once? Electrical I'm sure has alot of jobs but I'm not sure about the other 2. But then there's the difference between electrical and electronics engineering. Almost the same but electronics deals with electronics more of course. WHile elctrical also deals with power computer engineering deals with computers. It's really kinda hard to distinguish it from electronics engineering . Lastly most universities off courses in computer science. Just one question, just what do computers have to do with science? I could see them in the engineering or technology department but not the natural sciences department. There's hardly anything natural about computers at all.