Hey everyone, so it's nearing the end of fall semester now, and it's time for me to register for classes next spring. The problem is that I still don't really know what to major in, and I have to decide soon. Both majors have different sets of prerequisites to take before being able to be admitted to the programs. I'm leaning more towards electrical now, though I'm hesitant about it, because the electricity topics that I learnt in high school was never really intuitive to me. Mechanics problems, on the other hand, were much more intuitive, since I can visualize forces and bodies more easily. So, I'm quite sure I would enjoy the statics and dynamics course in mechanical engineering, but I'm unsure if I would enjoy fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. Although I find electricity not intuitive, there's always some part of me that wants to know how the electrical components inside a gadget work. That's why I decided on EE. For ME, other than the statics and dynamics course, I don't find other topics interesting at all. So, I'm just wondering that since I don't find electricity intuitive, is that a sign that I should stay away from electrical engineering? Or is that ok? Thoughts and advice? Thanks!