Greetings everyone. I'm on my way to getting a BA (or BS, I'm not sure what the difference is), and I'm in need of some advice. My whole life, I've always loved science and math. Now that I'm older, I now have to look into a future in this field. I'm fascinated by space travel and aerospace in general, although as I've been reading, it seems like employment opportunities aren't very great in this field. The reason I'm taking a physics undergrad, is because I want some flexibility for picking my MA (and perhaps PhD later on). I've seen that there are some new companies in the field of "space tourism", this seems to be what I'm after, but it seems that these jobs would be hard to get, and also unstable. The space tourism aerospace engineer is appealing to me, I really need a balance of desk/field work, sitting at a desk everyday would make me insane. So, any advice? I see that this is similar to the other post about aerospace engineering, although I didn't want to hijack his thread.