Hey, I am a junior at the University of Central Florida. This past summer I switched from a MIS major to electrical engineering. I had to take trig this semester in order to take calc 1 this coming semester. Because calc 1 is a prereq for almost everything, the only other classes I can take next semester are chem 1 and C++ programming. I was wondering if I should just focus on these three classes or pick up a fourth and pursue a minor or double major? I have all the core classes for any business degree and I do enjoy accounting so I could major in that as well or minor in it. Majoring in it would drag more time away from my EE major but a minor would most likely be useless, plus you need to pass the CPA to be worth anything? Other minor options that fall under the engineering field also require calc 1 as a prereq, really about the only thing that doesnt is international engineering, which would require me to take 2 semesters of a language and a semester of study abroad? Is pursuing a minor or another major worth it? Or should I just focus on EE?