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By Wiener Douyon, CollegeFindMe Intern
The question that any senior could ponder for hours is a simple one:
“What do you want major in?”
There are so many possibilities that it may seem like you’re dealing with Quantum Physics. However, this will in no way cement your future. Besides, who knows what they will focus on for the rest of their lives? Just like how you are always changing and growing, so are your interests and passions.
So, instead of agonizing over a decision that may change in a couple of weeks, focus on what you are passionate about now.
This guide will help you figure out which major is right for you. Let’s begin!
In many ways, choosing a major is almost as hard as finding the best-fit college. That’s because deciding on a major is linked with finding your purpose. Only prodigies can determine their purpose in their senior year of high school. So let’s redefine what a major is. Instead of treating it like our destinies, let’s say that it is your field of interest. Some interests may include Aeronautics, Food Technology, and Material Science.
By believing that majors are basically areas of interest, all you have to do is to find what you like to do. Here are thought-starters to get over mental blocks.
Always refer to this decision as “Impending” or “In-Progress.” This plays little in the bigger scheme of things. A degree in History can get you a career as a social worker and a career in the FBI could be available to those with a Communications degree. You are always evolving. So go off and find your field of interest.