Hello, I am stuck between two majors to study in college, Computer Engineering and Aerospace Engineering. About me: I am going to be a senior next year and I am going to be taking high level ap calculus and ap physics. I am a very creative person and am very good at the arts and industrial design. I also take advanced computer science classes, which are more or less a joke at my high school. I love working on group projects that I am passionate about. Aerospace Engineering: I've been fascinated with aircrafts and space ships ever since I was a kid. I would always stare at planes as they take off (I live near an airport). I build and fly model RC planes as a hobby and I am rather good at it. I understand the properties of lift and drag that the model and the scale planes share with their full sized brothers. If I chose this major, I will be focusing on the aeronautical side of it as I am more interested in planes and helicopters than spaceships. Ever since freshman science, I have had a HUGE fascination with flying and space. Its so cool and I would love to be a part of it. I would love to work for a company to design and develop/test aircrafts, hands-on work. Computer Engineering: this is the choice that most of my family wants me to go down because of how wide the the job market is. I love computers, at least the hardware side of it. Don't get me wrong, I love sitting and writing code just as much as the next guy, but I'd rather be working on and designing on hardware such as micro-processors and graphics cards. I also have a good background with computers. I build my first computer when I was 13 and I continue to work on it and upgrade that same build. I love learning how a computer works and making mine better. Please share your insight with me as I am dead stuck between these two high paying majors.