I feel like I kind of messed up while picking the colleges I’d like to apply to. I was planning and am currently only applying to UCs, CSUs, and Santa Clara University. However, I was careless and did not do enough research beforehand. I always knew that I’d like to major in something in the STEM field. I was leaning towards majoring in Chemistry or Biochemistry. But recently, I decided to see some videos and I saw that it is not the best idea to major in these types of hard sciences unless I am wishing to pursue a higher education. Currently, my goals are to go to PA school but I may not feel the same as I grow and my interests change. Therefore, I want to get degree that will broaden the jobs I can get after college. I was planning on majoring in Healthcare Administration instead but none of the UCs or Santa Clara University have that major and only 1 of the CSUs have the major. Can you guys suggest an alternate major? or What do you think about majoring in these types of hard sciences?
Thanks in advance!