Trying to decide between a management co-op program (at University of Toronto Scarborough) and a geological engineering program (at Waterloo or Queen's). I have so little experience and knowledge of what exactly people do in management (so accounting, finance, marketing, etc.) as well as geo eng. I've researched both majors but really, when it comes down to it, both majors seem equally alright. I like physics, maths, and english - I'm above average in physics and maths, definitely not the smartest but not the worst either. I don't mind working hard and studying, so I think engineering would be feasible albeit difficult. Geo eng is definitely an interest but I haven't done much geology or earth sci, so I have no idea if I really really like it or it's just a phase. In terms of management, I know the degree is easier and I'm probably better at it. I don't find it very interesting though but I know I can get a good, stable job out of it. So which program should I do? One that I am better at - management - or one that I currently have a greater interest in - geo eng? *Oh and I was thinking of transferring from my program if I end up hating it, but since business and engineering are so different, I will end up having to redo my first year.