Enterprise Computer Specialist
Great that you're enjoying and finding interest in electronics! I too had similar interests when I was younger and made a career around that field. To help clarify a few things, there is a diferrence between electrical and electronic engineering - both deal with electricity and circuits. However, electrical deal with mostly non-decison making devices whereas in electronic engineering, you'll be workng more with highly interactive devices. There are also other degree's to take a look at that has more hands on such as Electronic Engineering Technology and Bio-Med Engineering Technology - Both encompass the electronic engineering, bio-med also integrates robotics and elctro-mechanical (here's a link to explain fairly well dif between E.E and E.E.T - http://forum.allaboutcircuits.com/threads/degrees-electronic-engineering-vs-electronic-engineering-technology.71056/ ) Here's a link on B.M.E (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biomedical_engineering and http://www.embs.org/about-biomedical-engineering/) - B.M.E. also has a B.M.E.T. option like the E.E.T. in several engineering schools - don't get these confused with the techinican/associate courses that some places offer - Here's some info on some E.E.T. programs (https://polytechnic.purdue.edu/degrees/electrical-engineering-technology)
Keep in mind that a lot of what's driving these electronic devices that you seem to be interested in are using programming languages as well... so, look into learning C++, Python, Java in your spare time (or minor in programming) as these will help further your readiness into the job market when you graduate, plus having some fun with electronics along the way.
Best of Luck, Steve