I'm looking into the technology field, am a junior, and my freshman year got a 5 on the AP computer science test and my sophomore year I got first place for both team and individual at statefor UIL computer science. (high school contest) A family friend used to be the head of nuclear physics at the Pentagon and is a dean or something similar at UT Austin now, (the college I've been striving for) and wants to take me on a tour. I'm stuck between these three majors to focus the tour on:
1. Computer science in the College of Natural Science
2. Computer engineering, in the Department of Electrical Engineering
3. Software Engineering, in the Department of Electrical Engineering
Which should I choose? I'm obviously good at programming and love it, but beyond that I'm stuck. I did some security and got my security+ certification this summer, but it's not my cup of tea, but I'll look into it more just because I'd want to program secure programs not insecure junk. I've never messed with hardware engineering or any languages other than Java (my favorite), scala (needs more documentation), or python. I've done basic web design but it bores me. I also just got my eagle scout lol.