I am currently third year student doing Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Dual Degree and I am currently miserable. Like my many friends who became ChemE majors, I didn't know exactly what I was getting into. I imagined it is like chemistry except more complicated and advanced. I am doing quite alright academic-wise, but I hate what I am studying right now. It is my dream to work in R&D jobs in industry, but none of R&D in Chemical Engineering field interest me. Only saving grace of this major was Physical Chemistry, such as thermodynamics and quantum mechanics, which I obsessively love. I realize I sound naive, and to be honest, incredibly stupid, but I have been struggling with this problem for months now. I am thinking of transferring to Mechanical Engineering major instead, so I could delve more into physics and, hopefully, have R&D job in industry that I could love doing. Should I just deal with it or should I try to do other major, where I can at least be happy?