I have an AS degree in Computer Science. I'm in the process of transferring to a 4-year university to pursue a BS in Envionrmental Science. I've always been heavily interested in computers, including running my own web & email server, database administration, hardware, and networking. I have run some website communities and know a bunch of programming/scripting languages. I decided against getting a BS in Computer Science because I didn't want to sit in front of a PC in a cubical all day. The environment is a strong passion of mine, and I want to be able to travel the world and help impoverished countries. I crave a career with a "higher meaning" (for lack of a better phrase) as opposed to just making a company some money by running their database or writing some code. I'm considering double-majoring now in Environmental Science and Information Science & Technology. A lot of my AS degree credits will transfer into the IS&T program. I was wondering if anyone had opinions on double-majoring and the career paths in both of these fields (separately or simultaneously). Since computers and technology is used everywhere, I'd imagine one can apply a IS&T degree virtually anywhere. Even if I don't get a job in a CS field, I can still put my CS skills to use. Thanks for the advice!