Hi, I am looking forward to getting a degree in aviation. I'm majoring in aviation because its a very easy degree and I know I can graduate college with a high GPA in it. However, the degree is useless and worthless in today's job market. I was going to major in aerospace engineering, but my GPA will be extremely low, therefore not making me competitive for an ENJJPT slot. I heard the usaf loves people with engineering degrees, but other people tell me that when going for ENJJPT, degree doesn't matter. I feel really confident about getting into ENJJPT successfully if I get the aviation degree. However, the drawback is that it won't provide a backup plan to fall back on if something happens. I really really want ENJJPT because I want to fly fighters in the usaf, so I'm really willing to risk it-but not sure if I should do it. What are your suggestions? Will the usaf reject me with my worthless aviation degree or would I get into ENJJPT with no problem if I do well? Do you think I should risk getting the degree? If, say, someone with an Aerospace engineering degree is highly qualified like me, and has the same GPA and pcsm scores, would the ENJJPT board rather take the aerospace engineering guy? Thanks for your time!!