I will be starting college as a bioengineering major at the University of Maryland this fall. I am in a bit of a bind because I have such varied interests but I'm not exactly sure what I want to do. Right now, I am interested in entering the biomedical field, but I may also want to go to medical school after graduation. That is why I initially chose BioE (med school), but now I'm thinking that BioE might be too focused as an undergrad degree so I'm also considering chemical engineering and electrical engineering. Electrical seems interesting because it offers such a wide variety of options (I will probably discover that there are more interesting things than life sciences in college), and chemical engineering is appealing because it offers variety upon graduation while allowing the possibility of going to med school after graduation.
Also, I intend on earning at least a Master's degree in my chosen field after my undergraduate education. I have heard that BioE majors with graduate degrees have a better time finding a job.
It would be nice to decide soon because the EE requirements are not similar to BioE or ChemE as EE requires some programming courses freshman year.