Help! I'm a senior in high school and I don't know what I want to study in college....!

<p>I'm really stressed out since college applications are due in 2-3 months. I thought I wanted to apply for Pratt and study fine arts but the more I think about it, the more I realize how much of a risky decision that would be. I mean what kind of jobs can I actually get with a fine arts degree? I am also interested in science (neuroscience in particular). Since my dad works in a college, there are lots of schools that will cover my tuition through tuition exchange. So after looking up a lot of these schools, why would I settle for fine arts when I have so many more opportunities? I feel like focusing on something science/math related would be a better route. But I'm not sure exactly what career or major I would want. I know you don't have to choose a major as a freshman but I would like to have an idea before I actually have to decide.
What do you think? Am I right? And is it okay that I have no idea what field of science I want to major in? </p>

<p>Do any of the colleges through the tuition exchange have arts and sciences? I would imagine that many would.
If you are interested in neuroscience, then start with Biology and Psychology freshman year and see what you think.
Maybe also take an art class. Perhaps send an arts supplement with your application. Use freshman year to explore your interests.</p>

<p>Dont go to fine arts school. It’s more or less a waste of time. Go to your dads school if it pays full tuition.</p>

<p>Don’t worry too much about a major yet. A lot of colleges have programs for students who are undecided to help them explore their interests. Find a school that has a good arts program and a good science program. As long as you don’t end up like my friend who has changed his major 5 times and is a senior and just changed again and now has to stay in college another 3 years…</p>

<p>Just make sure, in your first year or two of college, to take the courses that will allow you to choose any of your majors of interest and still graduate on time.</p>

<p>Thanks guys! Your answers were really helpful. I’m actually starting to feel less stressed out now! </p>