Anthropology vs History vs Film?
I'm a senior nearing the end of my high school career and I'm still not sure exactly what I want to major in. I've been interested in film for the longest while and am accepted at Desales University as a TV/Film major. After looking at post graduate career options, however, I've been starting to wonder if I really want to spend my life working my butt off sitting in front of a computer cutting up television commercials for mitsubishi (or selling anything for that matter as there are much more jobs in advertising than their are in in traditional movie making).
I'm still into film but I also want to keep my options open. Specifically my other main interest is in anthropology and to a lesser extent, history. I could double major in film and History, but Desales doesn't offer a major in Anthropology. They have a deal with lehigh university and I could take some classes there, but it would be difficult (with regulations) to convince them to let me to do an entire second major there.
I've learned that in anthropology, undergraduate courses are not as important and real career options open up only after graduate school, so my real question is whether I could major in history (with maybe a minor in anthropology) and then be able to apply to grad school later in life if I wanted to. If someday I decide that I want to pursue anthropology more intensely, how much would it set me back not to have a full undergraduate degree?
Thanks in advance for any responses, sorry for such a long winded post.