Did I screw up picking my major?
I apologize in advance if I posted this in the wrong section but basically I'm currently a sophomore at a non-target (for business) majoring in Mechanical Engineering. When I chose the major my main goal was to become an engineer after I graduate, maybe get an MBA, and who knows what else but my plan was to stick within the engineering field. But the past few months I've been having a pretty big change of heart and I'd love to get into finance, particularly I-banking. I was always interested in the street and finance in general so I did take a year of econ, a year of accounting, some entrepreneurship classes, and a couple bgmt courses. The reason I'm not switching to finance is because the college I'm currently at (UMD-College Park) is not very well known on Wall Street and from grads I've heard that the b-school here has 0 wall street FO recruiting. I'm sure some grads do make it to wall street from here but it is only a handful, if that. Also I don't want to switch because I've completed a decent amount of engineering curriculum so far and would hate for it to all go to waste (stupid reason I know). Plus UMD is a top 15 engineering school (not even sure if that matters at all) so it is pretty well respected when it comes to engineering. Currently my GPA is a 3.55 and I hope to get it above a 3.6. But my question is basically did I fuck up my chances for making it to wall street by picking this major? Is there anything I can do at this point or are my dreams and aspirations fucked?
HELP! Also I can't transfer due to $$$ issues...I'm in state.