Well, the title sums it up pretty well. I realized I hate physics during the middle of my junior year of undergrad, but at that point it was already too late to switch majors. I decided to change my concentration to geophysics hoping that would help (the idea was to go into the oil industry). I'm sitting here in the library studying for finals, one semester away from a degree, and I'm regretting my decisions. I'm in an Electron Microscopy class now that I'm in love with, but I fear it's too late to do anything about it. I think my hatred stems from the fact that EVERYONE (parents, family friends, high school counselors, college professors, etc.) back home insisted that an associates degree was the way to go, then transfer into a university. But the problem with that is that I've been at a university for 3 years now trying to wrap up a physics degree and have be plagued with the problem of having all of my gen-eds and electives completed and now I'm left with ONLY major classes left. In my 5 semesters here, I've literally only taken sciences, upper level maths and physics courses and I guess I'm just burnt out. You'd think I would've been smart enough to see this problem coming, but you live and learn. Sorry all, I don't really have anyone that understands the stresses of a physics degree and the predicament I'm in, and I'm just blowing off some steam. Any advice/words of encouragement? ETA: When I graduate I'll have a BS in Physics with a concentration in Geophysics and a minor in mathematics and geology. Just in case that helps your opinions/advice.