As In my other thread I am currently a computer engineering student, and in junior standing but currently have not taken any EE classes and am only up to Calc 2 Linear Algebra E & M Programming languages. I am very weak in math and its a really struggle but physics is even harder as the way my school teaches it is horrible. On my first E & M test the average was a 22 and I got an 11. This test was out of 100. Best part teacher will not curve. My true passion is to work with financial systems, I want to do either IT or design applications like the bloomberg terminal. I don't really enjoy the electrical stuff all to much, but don't want to switch from computer engineering to cs as I feel I will not get the right education and dont want to limit myself. I have already been in school for 6 semesters and as it stands if I switch to CS I will have 3 more semesters and if I stay in computer engineering I will have 5 more. I am really starting to like the CS side of things better than the EE side. since cs is offered at my school by the department of engineering, is it still considered a engineering degree.