I'm in EE, and it seems that around my department, a huge majority of my fellow students spend a lot of their free time doing hobby projects with microcontrollers (mostly arduino and raspberry pi). I suppose that if I was doing something interesting with them, then I could enjoy it, but I've never been much of an electronics tinkerer, to be honest. Does this say anything about how much I'll enjoy electrical engineering in the long run? I tend to enjoy more physics-based areas of EE (along with math-heavy and computational stuff), by the way. I know every engineer has to, at least at some point, do pretty hands-on work, but I was wondering if I'll have to see a lot more of this stuff in the long run, or if there are plenty of fields out there that align more closely with my interests. When I say I've never been much of an electronics tinkerer, I mean I was never one to be interested in an electronics kit (though who's to say I won't in the future?).