I am looking at colleges/universities in the US. I have narrowed down my interests to STEM which I know is extremely broad. The main question is what undergrad majors (and later careers) would suit my interests: I am analytical and enjoy problem solving. Not interested in mechanical engineering (don’t like building & fabrication aspects) Even though I consider myself more analytical, I like coming up with needed applications of & solutions for things Of physics disciplines, I’m intrigued by Quantum, Computational, E&M, Plasma and Theoretical The areas of Economics, Space, and Alternative Energy pique my attention (like I said, relevant applications) Favorite subjects are Math and Physics (almost equally), also Computer programming Mathematics proofs (geometry, basic calculus) are something I’m really good at and like Is there any career that comes to mind that uses proofs or proof-like problems (not a pure mathematician)? I know it’s a lot but maybe focus on the fact that I’m analytical and want to pursue needed, relevant applications. Any ideas would be appreciated!