<p>I posted this general question in the business subforum but haven't gotten any responses. A lot of parents here are very knowledgeable and I'd appreciate some feedback. My apologies if this is somewhat long, I need to get some stuff off my chest.</p>
<p>My first semester of college gave me the chance to experience a lot of different things. Now, I wake up sure about one major. Then I'm sure about the other one by lunch. Then I change my mind again at night. I trust my intuition but it isn't guiding me straight right now.</p>
Not the same major, but a lot of overlap so I'm not obligated to choose now. A lot of the stats classes sound like fun. I can take econ and business electives and maybe prepare for actuarial exams. Seems like there are lots of grad school opportunities.</p>
<p>Proofs in geometry were very fun, but I didn't have a good experience in MV Calc. I am good at math compared to most people but don't have the natural aptitude of the math majors I've met. I will never be Good Will Hunting. Highly abstract mathematical research doesn't interest me. Being a TA would be fun, though.</p>
I thought my accounting class was a lot of fun. I like the structured problem solving. Unfortunately, there are a lot of other business classes / requirements for the accounting major and those look pretty boring.</p>
I've done a lot of group studying and teaching other people is something I enjoy and would like to do in the future.
While I love my school I really don't like the area. I'd rather not stay here after graduating.
I can comfortably graduate in 3 total years with math/stats - if I want to - or 4 total years for my 150 CPA credits. Gotta love AP.
Accounting would require me to try to transfer to the business school, which is why I need to decide soon.
I'm not sure whether I'd like a 9-5 corporate job or not, but it seems to me that I can always quit and live in a cabin but going the other way would be a lot harder.
I consistently test as an ESTJ or ENTJ, if that matters.</p>
<p>Thanks for your help.</p>