Game Development, or more specifically, Game Programming. The admission is insane (like 4 exams, an interview and you have to know everything about C++ already) but the quality of that college is amazing and 95% of the students has a job within a month. I'm currently working on my game to show during the interview. All I can do then is hope that it pleases the jury.
I'm not going anywhere for college, I'm staying at home and going to the local community college thank you very much. I don't want to spend these years of my life away from home with a bunch of idiots, potheads, and party animals. They would all hate me anyway.
Anyway, I've been in college for 3 years already, but only have my Gen Eds out of the way. It's hard to explain. I'm studying computer networking. And architectural engineering. But not at the same time.
I'll be going to local (ish) college 3 hours away from where I currently live. I'll be studying English with a Creative Writing emphasis. This was the only state college I could find that had that major -- the others were all private colleges and guess who has to pay 100 percent of her tuition?
After I get my bachelor's degree (the BA stands for badass mofo) I'll go to a place in California to get my MFA in fiction writing. I've been to before and I really liked it. I'm not staying in this cold ass state any longer than I have too.
I'm going to study physics (or theoretical physics if I don't quite get the grades) in England. I absolutely cannot wait - my time will be devoted to a subject I am wholly interested in. The city is stunning and atmospheric, ideal for night-time walks and sketching. Well, if I have free time; free time is far from guaranteed... Meh, I don't care too much because PHHYYSSIIICCSSS! I'll finally learn all the proper stuff!
I'm kind of wondering whether I should switch to physics & philosophy, but I'm not sure I'd be allowed seeing as I have no essay subjects.. I guess I can read philosophy in my spare time, but it's not the same as academic study... however, there will be clubs for discussion so I'd be fine sticking to physics.. agh I don't know!