Undeclared major? Suggestions as to what classes to take?

<p>I'll be entering Warren college as a freshman as an undeclared major and I don't really know how I should go about choosing my classes as I have a few majors I am interested in.</p>

<p>I am interested in cog sci/neuroscience, communications, econ, and maybe going through the pre-med track.</p>

<p>Ever since I was young, I've always wanted to become a doctor. I just didn't know what kind until I was in third grade (because that was when I got my first pair of glasses). Since then, I've always wanted to become an optometrist... or ophthalmologist is what I think of too. </p>

<p>But after taking AP Bio in high school I really hated it and I just don't know if I can go through another bio class. So I don't know if I should still follow this goal I've ever had. At the same time, I still want to give it a try though.</p>

<p>But yeah, I really just don't know. I'm also interested in communications, specifically PR and marketing stuff. </p>

<p>As for the other stuff I'm interested in, I have my reasons but yeah, I just need help choosing classes :)</p>

<p>I would suggest CHEM 6A, MATH 10A, an intro communications class, and a college-specific class. Chem and Math are staples for many majors, the communications class is to see how much you love communications, and college-specific course is just to get those classes out of the way asap.</p>

<p>i would take math 10a, cogs 1, warren writing 10a ( if u can get in), and an intro communications class. if you cant get into warren writing because it fills up pretty quick substitute it with a GE.</p>

<p>cogs 1 is pretty cool because every lecture a new professor from the cog sci department comes and gives a lecture about their work / what they specialize in. it introduces you to all the different aspects of cog sci. its pretty broad, but still pretty cool.</p>