So here's the situation:
I am currently in my 4th (yes 4th) year at a local CA community college pursuing an Associates in Math in hopes to finally be able to transfer to CSU Fresno. The reason its taking me longer is because I was rejected from CSU Fresno last year, when I applied for a mechanical eng. major (GPA of 2.3).
I honestly do find engineering interesting, more so than other majors that I was considering. But I've been questioning whether or not it's truly for me, given my past lack-luster performances in math/science courses. It's taken me 3 times to pass 1st semester physics; I've had to repeat Calc 2 and Calc 3, and have failed 1st semester Gen Chem. And it's not only my major requirement classes: I've only managed to get B's and C's in my seemingly easy-A gen ed. classes. I know, there's a huge work ethic issue here, as well as an inability to concentrate whenever I try to study.
Y'all might suggest that I consider another career path. But the thing is, I'm not too sure what I would choose. I've considered defaulting to business. I know accounting is a pretty stable career that can pay well, but I find the daily routine of accounting to be extremely boring. And I don't necessarily have the people/communication skills to do something like marketing/sales or management. And anything liberal arts or ethnic studies is out of the question due to lack of legit interest and desirable career prospects.
So, I really don't know what to do right now. The deadline to submit applications for Fall 19 is Nov. 30 (fat least for CSUs). It's like my gut is telling me to stick it out with engineering, while at the same time telling me to consider something else entirely. I'm really indecisive and I kinda just want somebody to make these decision for me, cause I swear I can't figure it out to save my life.