I am studying supply chain management and I am really starting to feel like I have no desire to enter the bureaucratic nonsense involved with the corporate workforce. I decided to go into supply chain because it seemed more interesting than management. I also did it because it pays well and everything else in business school seems boring. I am now faced with the dilema of changing majors early in my school career. Also, I have a degree in residential drafting and I was going to become an architect a long time ago but changed my mind due to the economy. I am struggling in business school and I am unable to satisfy my creative itch. I am considering a transfer into the school of architecture to study Industrial Design. I understand that Industrial Engineering is offered at my school as well but I have not figured out what the difference is yet. I am a very hands on oriented person with a knack for design in all mediums however I struggle with things like calculus, physics, and accounting. Also, I have decided that I don't want to major in something for the money but I do want to pay my bills and one day be able to offer my kids the same education that I have been provided. Do you guys think Industrial Design is the way to go, do you participate in this field or know of anyone who does this for a living? I am a sophomore in college at the moment and its not to late to change majors. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.