I was pretty confident about my decision in going into engineering, but after attending engineering lectures, I find I enjoy theory more than the whole application of things. I just look through some of the courses offered by each engineering program, and most of them don't appeal to me, but the curriculum for physics is a whole other story. If you asked me how a car works, I have not a clue. That said, I love problem solving, and doing calculations (stuff like probability, chemistry and just pure physics, I can do over and over again simply because I enjoy it) but when it comes down to hands on building circuits and making things work, I couldn't care less. A prof told me that engineers usually don't deal with all the hands on stuff, and that most engineers have minimal calculations in their line of profession. I was just wondering if the general curriculum for engineering is as hands on as it sounds. I am really debating on switching over to physics but the thing is, there is less job prospective with a physics degree and harder to succeed in the field. A lot of people say that electrical engineering is similar to physics and I actually did really well in electricity but I love learning the whole spectrum of topics: sound, optics, magnetism, and (my favourites) mechanics, dynamics, quantum physics, and special relativity. I'm one of those people who love learning about stuff...I can be very creative, but that said, I'm not the most innovative thinker. I couldn't survive English without getting ideas from others. But once I have the foundation for an idea, I elaborate on it, which is where the creative aspect comes in. I like biology too, I just don't like the memorization. I also love drawing and learning about nutrition, psychology and fashion. I actually really like chemistry too, but definitely not as much as physics. I've always been good at math, but I don't know if I really like math on its own. I find math redundant, and at times pointless. That said, applied math (as in physics and chemistry) are great, and I love statistics, probability, permutations, and just math that requires logical thinking (kind of like doing math puzzles). I'm just really confused right now, because until today, I was almost positive about my school choice/program. I narrowed my all interests and decided to pursue engineering, and now, it seems as though I'm back to square one. Any comments/suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance!