I just finished the 4th week of my Circuits I class and I'm a little worried. Not only is the class ridiculously fast but I don't really like it. All of my classmates love this the class and I'm just not seeing it. After this semester I'll have 2 more Circuits classes and I'm worried that I'll get deeper into EE then start hating it. The specialties that looked interesting to me were Photonics, RF, DSP, and as of late some of the programming ones like Embedded Systems. But the only reason these specialties looked interesting was because I heard they do a lot of computational work. I know this question is obvious but I'll ask anyway. Is this any indication that EE might not be a good fit for me? I really like math and physics but I don't think I would want to major in them because I want to work in industry and probably won't go to grad school, if I do at most a Master's. I was kicking around an Applied Math major with some CS classes because my programming class (C) this semester has turned out to be very interesting. By the way, I have a meeting with my adviser next week. Will not liking circuits now just get worse over time? Thanks for any input.