I am a second year sociology major and it seems like yesterday that I just started college. Because of this I didn't really think too much about exactly what classes to take and the logistics of it all and whatnot because graduation seemed so far away.
Now that I finally looked deeper into classes ect. I realized that I have about 40 specific credits needed to complete my major. But I still need an additional 60 units to graduate (degree works just says 100 more units needed to graduate, I did the math and my major only has about 40 units left so that leaves 60 other units).
So what exactly do I do with these "extra" 60 units? I really don't have much of an interest in a minor or anything so do I just take random classes to fulfill this 60 units? It just seems weird that a major can be fulfilled literally within a my second year and a summer class or two if I only took major classes... Hopefully I am not getting this wrong. It would also be nice if perhaps I could mix the classes up with some of the "extra" units that I have to mix up subject matters so I won't have 4 sociology classes in a row.
It would be great if somebody could give me some advice. Thanks!