I tried this before with no avail, so this time I'm going to be a little more expressive about my situation. Currently my major is chemical engineering, it's a fun major in its own right, and has many possibilities when you obtain a degree. I attend the University of Akron, it's a rather highly acclaimed research facility, with polymer engineering ranking top in the nation. While I find this major to be interesting, challenging, and rewarding I have began question whether it is the correct major of my choice. Of course, with a degree in Chem.E. the reward is great and plentiful. Except recently, since being introduced into college physics, I have garnered a new respect for it. I have always been a fanboy when it comes to quantum and theoretical physics, and just the overall degree of how it can affect our thoughts of the universe and so on. If I chose to switch now, I would more than likely tag on another year to my college schedule, since the maths, chemistry, and preliminary classes tend to clump up between engineering and physics. I would really like to know the opinions of people and their views on either of the majors so I'm able to come to a clearer objective of what path I should choose to go down.