<p>... so my parents don't want me to go into cognitive science because they think it's a useless major and that I won't make any money if I graduate with "those useless skill sets". I think cognitive science would be a good fit for me because I am very interested in the concentrations they have to offer--computer science, psychology, etc. I'm hoping to double major in business and cog sci with a minor in computer science but I really don't know what my chances of getting into Haas are...so I need to seriously start thinking about my back-up major. </p>
<p>I did some research but I'm not sure if it's reliable. Berkeley's career website didn't have too too much information either... I have to build a case to support my cause so.. PLEASE HELP!</p>
<p>1) What "well paying" jobs are out there if I graduate with a degree in Cognitive Science?
2) Should I just try to get into the L&S computer science program like my parents want me to?
3) In the long run, is it worth it to major in Cognitive Science?</p>