Hey everyone, As the name of the thread suggests, i'm having second thoughts about my BSc degree. I'm studying a nanotechnology course, and yeah i know that probably sounds cool, but what deters me is the fact that it's my second year, i have 2 nanotech units, and neither of them have anything to do with nanotechnology - one is pretty much chem lab safety (what the hell!!??) and the other is microscopy (slightly more applicable i suppose). I also know that nanotech is still in it's early stages, and it's likely we won't see anything groundbreaking for a while, so I'd rather jump into a field where there are greater job prospects now. The only problem is, i don't know what to do! I've always been interested in astronomy/astrophysics, as well as the human body, biology, computer science, and recently I've expressed interest in becoming an engineer, particularly a mechatronics engineer (combination of electrical and mechanical engineering for those who are unfamiliar with that term). I'm also a musician. Why do i have to like so many things??!! I'm leaning towards mechatronics engineering, but i don't know if i should study it in a combined course, considering i'm doing a BSc at the moment. I don't want to disregard the scientific knowledge i've gained in the BSc, but also i don't want to spend ages studying at uni. If i do choose to do the double degree, i can't do nanotech, my uni doesn't offer mechatronics and nanotech combined. Would it be a better idea to just study mechatronics? What should i do? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.