In need of a major and career path

<p>im a junior and REALLY need help choosing a career path/ major or anything..
my best subjects are math and history.. i also like random things like psych, forensics, the law, animals (dogs and cats), haha.. im not really a science person though its weird..</p>

<p>i wanna pick a career path that has great job outlook, great pay (80k up) and something i will enjoy doing everyday...</p>

<p>anyways.. does anyone pleeeeease have any suggestions..</p>

<p>Become a lawyer? Or a detective... a pet detective!</p>

<p>Clinical Psychology PhD</p>

<p>You'll use math for statistics courses. You can study forensic psychology...the mind of the criminal, the psychopath, sex offender, and so on.</p>

<p>what would u major in.. and would it be easy to find a job as a clinical psychologist?</p>


Unless you're a college junior, I don't understand your anxiety. You have plenty of time to pick a major.</p>

<p>According to [url=<a href=""&gt;]UF[/url&lt;/a&gt;], 70% of students end up changing their major at least once. :rolleyes:</p>

<p>h.s... and idk i want some kind of direction..</p>

<p>You'll just have to have patience with this ;)
Pick a college with good majors all around, take a course or two on each of the subjects that interests you, and then you should be able to choose. If you can, investigate college course or summer programs that would let you study particular areas of interest. But don't worry; you have time.</p>

<p>Some people don't have time though, because they have to apply to a specific school within a university.</p>

Some people don't have time though, because they have to apply to a specific school within a university.


That's only for a limited number of majors though. Architecture (BArch), engineering, some business, and some schools in the fine/performing arts are the only ones that come to mind. If you can eliminate those, you're good.</p>