I've got an interesting situation: Currently, I'm attending Orange Coast College, and earning my AS in Cardiovascular Technology, so I can work as an echocardiographer while earning my degree. I've always had a passion for both health sciences and finance...echocardiography always fascinated me wrt to health sciences, and derivatives have always fascinated me wrt finance. And I could make some good money working part-time as an echocardiographer while earning my degree. I plan earning my BS in Business Administration, Finance Option, Financial Engineering Concentration (they need to rename this!) w/ a minor in Computer Science when I attend CSULB next year (I'm pretty good at coding C++, but I'd need to learn more about programming and algorithms). As well as trade my own derivatives portfolio (and learn the art of automated trading algorithms while at it), or join CSULB's student-managed fund. I also plan on doing a summer internship at Wolverine Trading(http://www.wolve.com/). Would I make a good, or at least interesting, applicant?