Software Engineering requires little math compared to other technical majors. Most of the time you are just adding 1. I'll look it up and see what it's about, thanks. Is it too late to get a vocational degree? Not being a jerk here, just that it sounds like this is what you want (this my day job, but I am really....). From what it sounds, like above posters said, you sound like you don't care much about effort. Don't expect to find a job right out of college with an accounting degree, especially with this attitude. My cousin majored in accounting in a state school and he tells me it's competitive as hell. Internship positions are few and the elite accounting firms and business management companies only want the best. I suppose nursing would be the "easiest" but most nursing programs are also now very competitive. A college degree is not a vocational degree, is pretty much what I should say. Don't see how it would ever be too late for any degree, but I've already gone through the general required undergraduate courses so I could move into anything within reason. I don't think I could be too competitive in something I don't care much about, but maybe I need to stop being too picky. Economics and Marketing degrees get you no where after graduation. Accounting has immediate impact. I've read up on Economics getting you nothing unless you want to be a teacher or go through Graduate School (even then maybe not) But Marketing as well? I'll have to look more into that.