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So I have a lot of interests and need help narrowing it down to 2 majors and a minor. I will be a freshman next year and I know I want to do something in languages/humanities/social sciences/history, but I'm not sure what.
My major is a residential program called Residential College in the Arts and Humanities (RCAH) which is a interdisciplinary program of arts, culture, world history, community service, and languages.
They encourage you to double major and I want to, along with a minor. I am looking at: anthropology, linguistics, and Spanish.
My original plan was to double major in RCAH and anthro and minor in Spanish, but I really want to do linguistics too.
I would love to do post-grad work in linguistic anthropology, but I am completely at a loss as to what I want to do as a career after college. I really just want to go into a career where I can experience different cultures, history, foreign language, and if I could help kids, it would be a major plus (yes, an odd combination I know).
Any advice is greatly appreciated, especially from anyone who has experience in any of these majors.