Hello, I have recently been admitted to the Smith School at College Park as a transfer student.
For background info, I am a non-resident and coming from a community college (60 credits) with Associate's on the way after Spring semester. 4.0 GPA, Phi Theta Kappa member, EC's and internship. I am majoring General Studies with Business and Technology emphasis.
I am unsure what major to decide upon and the reason is because business is not my future goal. My current goal was to get into the Smith School to complete my undergraduate program. However, I have a firm belief that I want to get into one of the best law schools in the U.S, hence why I needed a "big name" school around MD. I have no doubt that I want to become a lawyer after law school, but as you may all know, law school does not have a specified major to get into law school.
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My declared major right now is Finance (last minute choice, if anyone can explain to me what a Finance major learns, meaning which fields, and if Smith has a good Finance program).
Can anybody help me out with some personal experiences or advice that may help me in deciding which major to stick with (that will guide me in the right direction towards law school)?
Thanks in advance!