I received a 4 year Army ROTC scholarship starting Fall '10 with my intended major being civil engineering. After taking the math placement test at my school and doing bad (placed into college algebra), I realized that this will definitely set my graduation date back. In order to graduate in 4 years as a civil engineer, you have to start out taking calculus. Now I will be taking college algebra->trig->pre-calc->calc. (I took pre-calc honors senior year and was hoping to go straight to calc) This brings me to my point. I would rather major in something that I would truly enjoy (Philosophy) and graduate on time, then do something I don't think i'm going to enjoy and not graduate on time. Does the Army let you change your major from something like Engineering before you even start school, or will I just have to suck it up since that's the major I had on my application?