Hello everybody. First off, thank you for taking the time to answer my questions. I am a high school junior and am interested become an officer in our nation's armed forces through ROTC. I have not yet decided which service branch to join, as all of them interest me in a different way. However, I want to major in political science and/or economics. Public service appeals to me, and I think these two majors will open doors for me in the military and for government jobs after I serve. I want to become either an intelligence officer or perhaps office of special investigations. However, I understand that the military places a high emphasis on technical majors. I believe my accomplishments in high school will allow me to gain admission to a private university with a $38000+ tuition cost. My question is which military ROTC branch will be most likely to give me a scholarship based on my non-technical major at a school with a high tuition. Also, is a political science/economics major often granted a scholarship? Thank you again.