Quote (HighschoolTurd @ Aug 18 2012 07:56pm)
school/colleges are useless nowadays, think of some unique and start your own business that's the only way to suceed in thislife
It's not polite to troll people who are asking for help.
Turm, you kind of need to choose what you are interested in. It should be something that you WANT to do, regardless of real life pros/cons. Honestly your career choice should be made only by yourself unless you really can't do it alone.
You may wish to consider availability of jobs while making this choice, although this may cause you to end up doing something that you will not love in order to have financial security.
You should always choose something that you know or think you will excel at. You say you are proficient in sciences so you should probably start there.
I have taken a computer programming course within my major (there was a Virtual Basic Applications for Excel programming class required for all engineers at my school), and it was my absolute favorite class in four semesters. I created a working slot machine in the class that wasn't even required simply because I was passionate about the programming, and even made my own side programming projects and learned a bit of JAVA to see how the same program could be done two different ways in two different languages.
However, even though I like programming and I'm sure I could do it as a job, and my father comes from a computer science job background (he has switched to database work because he is no longer proficient at the latest programming languages that kids out of school are), I still do not wish to switch my major to programming. I made this choice for financial reasons because I was already too far invested into my major for me to justify making a change.
I chose Aerospace Engineering when I was in high school, and I have no regrets.
You are 16 and are going to JC to get your generals out of the way. You have a while to choose your major. I only advise that you take care in your choice so that you don't have to change it because you have already expressed monetary concern.