Thinking about business, but after spending so much time in engineering/science.... Hello everyone, This is a big step and I don't know if I want to do it or not. Heres how my changing of majors already occured. I went from being a Software Engineer then got hurt in a car accident and was forced to switch colleges and majors. I took a year off to find myself living in a wheelchair now about 2 years later I can walk. Well before I could walk I went back as a Computer Engineer, not realizing what a computer engineer actually had to do everyday I then switched to the closet thing to Software Engineering, Computer Science. So right now i'm a computer Science major, I put in i'm saying about 3 years already with everything. I still have about 4 semesters left I think and i'll have a Computer Science Degree. The reason now I'm having second thoughts as being a Computer Science graduate is because it will require me to sit 8 hours a day with very little social interaction or making me get up and walk around. My best therapy for me to walk is walking in every day life or on the job. Like they old saying goes, if you don't use it you loose it. I can barely sit down anymore for more than an hour without getting into extreme pain and I noticed I can't stay focused anymore when i'm debugging code or programming in general. Here's the courses i've already taken and right now have a 3.75 GPA: As you can see I was doing pretty good in all my courses, except this semester I got a C+ and B-. Due to my condition now I found I lost my love for programming, I want to get out and socialize and interact with people which will force me to become normal again and being a programmer won't force me to do this if I'm sitting at a desk all day debugging code. Does anyone know any business branches I could go into with my background or having a strong background in computers/math help me in the business world? I"m lost on what branch of business will offer me the best transition. Thank you for your time.