Which engineering degree that makes a "difference" I don't mean to sound bias, but I have been contemplating which engineering major I should be. Ultimately, I want to be a doctor in the future. Please don't say doing engineering major as a premed major is bad, I'm not trying to graduate in 4 years and I plan to have a reasonable load each quarter. I have thought long and hard about this decision and after hours of hours of thinking and reading up on various forums I still decided on majoring in engineering while being a premed. And I find majoring in biology would be boring, I find engineering to be more enticing (physics and math is interesting to me) which in turn would give me better grades because I am studying what I am interested in. However, I have been thinking which major would be best for my career goals (become a doctor with an engineering b.s). Currently I narrowed my choices to: CE, EE, and ChE. I was wondering which of these engineering is most beneficial for people? Like, I know it sounds lame but I want a career that is for a good cause. Any advice as to the pros and cons for each majors? Or are there any other engineering majors I should consider? Btw, CE and EE is part of my list because I'm a tech geek. I don't know anything now, but the thought of being able to build systems and such is pretty cool to me. And as for ChE, I just thought it would be cool because a lot of classes cover premed classes and I'm also doing pretty good in general chemistry right now and surprisingly I find general chemistry interesting. However, I'm not sure if general chemistry would be a good indication of what lies ahead for ChE. So I need thoughts on that as well.