Is it easier to switch from Accounting to Engineering or Engineering to Accounting?

<p>So basically I dont know what to major in and it has come down to these two. If I were to start in one of them, which one would it be easier to switch to?</p>

<p>Engineering to accounting I'd think because you could at least use some of your engineering classes for electives in the accounting curriculum. But engineering is a very structured curriculum with very few electives.</p>

<p>The problem is that both majors are very structured. For example, with accounting, you need to take a year of intro accounting before you can take intermediate accounting for a year. You usually need intertermediate before you can take advanced accountant, although this may have changed. For what it's worth, I was a physics major who switched to accounting. Accounting in school came easily to me because of my physics training. I would assume that the same thing can be said for switching from Engineering to Accounting.</p>

<p>thanks for the info guys.</p>