Originally Posted by Barnburner
He doesn't really want to discuss degrees by the way.
But yeah what Kev said is true. I want to get a degree in Physics and in the little blurb bit it tells you that most people who get a Physics degree work for computer companies/software engineering, normal engineering etc. Any work that values logical thinking and problem solving skills through the use of mathematics. Most of which aren't at all related to Physics.
If you get a degree in Physics, you can be a boss some where. You can work for NASA, your options are endless. I'm too dumb and lazy to major in Physics. That's hard work and lots of studying, but i'm sure it's easy for you since you seem to be good at math.
I honestly will be happy with a business degree, accounting is my major right now but I also would like to study economics and finance in the criminal justice field. Fraud, forensic financial analysis, white collar crimes. There's only one school that offers such a degree in NY, I wish more 4 year schools offered forensic accounting/economic/financial fraud based degrees.