I am currently enrolled at a community college for my second semester of my first year in college. I did not apply to any schools during my senior year of high school because I was undecided on my major and I heard community college can help you test out different things in order to help you decide your major. In my first year of community college, I have a narrowed down my list on what I want to do for a major but cannot decide which path I should take. In high school, I performed in my school’s concert band and because of that I fell in love with the performing arts. This led me to having an interest in making/composing music. Because of my interest in performing arts, it led me to my interest in musical theater. I did not do any of my school’s musicals when I was in high school, but I might have a possible interest in doing musical theater. Lastly, I also have an interest in engineering. I was good at math in high school and had a interest in being an engineer. Also my grandparents told me to take this path because they know I will be better off doing this, but my parents say choose whichever path I want because I could always go back to school. To summarize it up, I have an interest in music composition, musical theater, and engineering. Is there a way I can achieve all three at the same time? Also is it possible I can double major in composition and musical theater/engineering?