I'm a junior in high school. Right now I'm considering two majors: Aerospace engineering IT I originally was set on engineering - I love the sky (just a thing of mine), and I love building things. Naturally I'd love building things that fly. However my math skills gets increasingly worse as we move into theoretical things. I just have problems with things I can't see. As such, I am horrible at things like chemistry and calculating imaginary numbers; but I can easily beat anyone at geometry and physics (high school level), provided I can draw diagrams or play with my eraser (as a model). I love problem solving things, I'm known as MacGyver to my friends because I can easily figure out anything and find a way around it, and I can go into an absolute focus mode to solve physics problems, making up an mental image taking into account tiny details and the whole thing at once. CAD also extremely easy for me. Since Algebra 2, I've been thinking aerospace engineering might just be too much theoretical math. It's fun in that I would get to work on big, awesome projects and always have something exciting. But the math may be just too much. IT on the other hand, seems to earn even more than engineering (from a quick google), however, it seems like a very boring job, sitting in a office all day. Although, IT stuff comes naturally to me. I've surfed the web since 5 and built PC's since I was 13. I am "that kid" that gives school tech departments headaches by beating them. I need to know what comes with each job. Is Engineering THAT much theory? Is IT THAT boring?