Don't freak out yet. You're only a freshman. It's very likely that you'll be unsure, but chill out and take this first year to see what you do like, then decide later on.
FOLLOW YOUR HEART
You should give all that up and be a welder. The fusion of metal is so invigerating. Not to mention I make almost $100,000 a year. Not bad for a construction worker.
first, disregard the idea that your major determines your future. if only i really knew that in school. figure out how you want to live, how much $ you want, then pick a major that supports that.
It's normal for your major to change around a bit before you actually find something you know you'd enjoy. I changed my major 4 or 5 times before I finally decided on Cinema Studies my junior year. And it might even change again... it's better to have so many choices than to have none at all. And who says you can't go back and major in something else later?
Maybe you should consider a major in communications instead. I'm really good at BSing and writing and things like that, and I like to do it, so I probably should have majored in that instead of taking a major I care nothing about. You can still take writing classes, but there are other topics involved, and a lot of interesting jobs associated with that major.
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