I like science a lot. Research, discovering new things, math, and anything to do with space is exciting to me. I also like the application of physics, like engineering. I was thinking about majoring in space physics, astronomy, experimental, applied, or engineering physics. Maybe a minor somewhere in engineering or double major. I'm really not sure about which would be best for me, and what possible careers would look like. I could use some recommendations. More about me: I got pretty bad grades in high school because I had no plans for the future until I took a AP physics course my junior year. I decided I wanted to study physics in college and I started getting A's. I've just started my second year in my local community college where I have taken most of my general ed. This semester I'm taking more general ed, along with calc 2 and csci 265 (intro to C++). I'm taking as many units as they are allowing me and I have maintained a 3.7GPA . I'm pretty disappointed with my GPA. I got a B in spanish and Calc 1, but A's in 10 other classes. I plan to transfer to a 4 year in California. Science is my strongest, then math. English is unfortunately my weakest, and a physicist probably has to do a lot of writing. My related hobbies involve electrical engineering and lots of computer stuff, programming and hardware. I don't care much for money, I don't need a 60k+ salary. I'd be happy with $15 an hour, as long as I like my job. A career in teaching doesn't appeal to me at the moment, but maybe after a couple decades of working in some industry it will. I've read lots of similar threads, but the answer really depends on the asker. I'm looking for more of an opinion and advice than an objective answer. Thanks in advance for the responses!