For various reasons, I have decided against studying engineering in college, which was my original plan. It came down to grades, the likelihood of finishing in 4 years, and some other factors. So now I need to figure out what I'm going to do instead. The only non-engineering tech major I have any interest in is chemistry. As far as non-techs go, I've primarily been looking at geography (with a GIS emphasis; very high demand for this right now). Others I've considered are economics, political science, and possibly something within the business realm. But I have little background in any of these so am still very unsure. So, what should go into my decision? Do I need to consider how--or if-- my degree will impact what AFSC I get? And should I make sure I study something that's in demand and employable, or will it not really matter since I would be entering the workforce after spending at least 4 years in the military? I want to get a feel for how much this will make a difference in the operational Air Force and, later, in the civilian world.