Originally Posted by msjinkzd
If you are interested in running your own business, I would strongly recommend business and accounting classes- including web design and accounting softwares. I struggle the most with the "paperwork" side of running my own business.
No matter where you choose, don't spread yourself too thing. Pick a major that you really will be passionate about, you can always take electives or take courses after you graduate to fine tune for your interests.
My biggest regret is that 12 years after graduating college I am STILL paying hundreds of dollars a month in school loans for degrees I don't even use. Don't rush your decision.
second on BSNS...
and i WISH my daughter understood that loan thing... she has her heart set on a top 25 school (and most don't give meritt aid) .. at 60K a year it's crazy... but she has worked SO hard ...
as for majors think INTERDISCIPLINARY.. and self designed. ... not sure where you live but after visiting 30 college in the last year and researching 50+ I can tell you the leaders of tomorrow will be well rounded and have degrees that cover multiple disciplines...