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the Caity Cat

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Re: unique majors?
« Reply #30 on: April 25, 2007, 02:56:33 PM »
I'll echo everyone else here and say that you should major in what YOU like. I tried a Political Science major and it lasted for all of two quarters. I switched to a double major in Spanish (used to be a second major to PoliSci) and Applied Linguistics. Lo and behold, my GPA is higher, I'm happier, and I feel like I'll be better prepared for law school/graduate school because I feel more involved in what I study.

Also, don't go into college thinking you'll major in something and never change your mind. I know maybe two people who did that; the rest of us changed majors at least once. It might take an extra year, even, to figure out what you enjoy, but you'll get a better education for it.
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Re: unique majors?
« Reply #31 on: April 25, 2007, 03:15:56 PM »
The most unique major I can think of is botany (the study of plants for those of you who don't know).

Btw, business sounds like a good idea.

I majored in Archaeology...that's pretty unique, no?