I was very much interested in electronics from childhood. I used to make various hobby circuits at the age of twelve, like DC motor-AC generator-Transformer to produce AC from batteries. Or various simple radio circuits. Or microphone to speaker sound circuit.
Why did I get a CS degree? I just ended up with it after studying 3 years for college entry exams. I was hoping it would give me a similar thrill to fiddling with electronics.
To this day, whenever I watch an EE related hobbyist video, or read through an EE textbook, concepts feel so clear and natural to me. Coding or CS is something I'm just able to do, but electronics feel like second nature. I feel software engineers are just exaggerating what they do, high level of engineering is only marginally required for maybe %0.0001 of projects. Just writing clear code and being reasonable solves nearly all problems.
But with EE, even a simple circuit shows some creativity and requires good knowledge of its parts. No subject of CS I came across gave me the same tingle. Even the AI is just some boring math and pre written algorithm libraries when you understand how it works.
I want to get somehow involved in electronics beyond a hobbyist level. It's a personal dream of mine which I don't want to go unfulfilled. Getting a second degree may be very hard with the life going on and my current job but I don't know. I just feel I need to do it.
I come across too many electronic or mechanical engineers interested in CS and I find it puzzling btw. Your field is much more creative and fun to do.