Good morning all, Well it's finals week at my school and I've been studying for the past few days. Anyway, a dillema that I've been trying to deal with is deciding whether or not to switch over to electrical engineering. I've been a civil because I wanted to design buildings as a kid. Now, when I'm almost done with the weeder classes (physics/calculus), I'm confused as to whether to switch over to electrical. Here are my reasons why I should stay in either: Civil: -passion for a long time (from tv shows, architecture marvels, etc) -finished projects will benefit great numbers of people (like a bridge, everyone needs to use it) -taken few classes about it -started on the path, don't want to extend my time at college -honestly, it seems easier (academically) Electrical: -learned that I REALLY like this stuff in the intro circuit analysis class -I know I need to learn more about it, but I like the fact that there is less field work and more office (calculations, I think) -seems to have more of a future (as in technology; engineering is a good job regardless of which field - i think) -hear they pay the best (not super important, but it is a factor) Anyway, I think my question is, how do you know which field? I don't want to look back later on in the future and be like, damn I wish I did the other thing. Can anyone provide insights as to how it is like what it's like to be an EE? This is sort of my personal research, here to find out questions, so any comments would be appreciated. Also, do you feel an MBA would be appropriate? I know a lot of the engineer professors recommend MS in engineering instead of the MBA because with the MBA, you're not really an engineer an not really a business person. I'm sure there are benefits from either, but what do you think would be better? Thanks!