I am deciding what educational path to take. My end goal is to become an electrical/electronics engineer. I am good with my hands but need to work very hard on academics. I dropped out of highschool my senior year(2012) for no good reason, I was not in the best state of mind then. (I earned my GED the same year). But after picking up electronics as a hobby I have become fascinated with it. At first i thought I would be an electrical engineer technician, but I'm wanting a secure career and want to branch out into different fields and an EE degree seems like the best option. The Theory part is also very interesting also. I am enrolled at my community college for EE technology, but classes don't start until 1/11/16. I have time to switch majors, so would an associates in science be better to have, and then transfer to a university for engineering? Even if the credits don't transfer I still need to re learn everything, especially algebra but I'm confident I can do it. I like physics and studying electrical theory makes me wish I can fully understand the equations I'm looking at. Is it going to be worth my time and money? Should I just stick with the EET program? Any feedback would be helpful, thanks.