Yes! There are many different specialties an electrical engineer can pursue, many of which are actually very different from each other. For example, there are power engineers working with high voltage systems, motors, etc. There are optics-focused engineers who work with microscope imaging (and lasers!). There are also embedded engineers who work with logic circuits. There are RF engineers who design antennas for satellites or other large systems. There are even more focuses electrical engineers can pursue, of course, but these are just a few examples.
If you do end up pursuing an electrical engineering major, the first couple years are going to be more general and less focused, but those which will give you an idea of what the different focuses are and what they do. After the introduction to electrical engineering classes, you are free to take classes in different focuses to see which would interest you most, but you generally won't be "stuck" in any focus if you find something that interests you more.
I myself was an electrical engineer (though I did end up in software), and I was able to explore multiple different focuses (I chose image processing and RF :)) during my time there.
Andrew recommends the following next steps:
- Look up some universities you are interested in and find their electrical engineering department pages. They will describe different focuses and sometimes classes you will take so you can see all the different areas you can get involved in with electrical engineering.