rain, rain, oh sweet rain!
I'm very confused about college. Struggling to figure out which subject area I should focus on. Today only I was looking at Georgia State's Philosophy program. Would love to learn about that, but becoming a Philosopher and focusing only in Philosophy will not suffice. I need something else besides it. Up until yesterday I had two courses in mind - Computer Information Systems and Finance. Both come under the Business program. Now I'm thinking about getting two degrees from separate schools. Possiblities include Business and Liberal Arts.
I am much of a thinker, an observer, a rationalist. So, majors like Philosophy, Psychology, and Sociology are obvious choices. But where will these take me?? I am interested in Business and Computers (technical stuff) as well. The only major that combines both of these interests together is Computer (or Management) Information Systems. Getting two degrees that circle around the same area (CIS and Finance) will be too specific and will not leave me with many choices. Choosing two different paths however will widen the career possibilities even further.
My interests do cover a wide range and I am interested in learning about new things be it Astronomy, Geology, or Anthropology. It's taking me longer than expected to decide on what will be the right choice for me. The most a student can do is a double major. For me, however, that's the least I can do!