It so completely depends... take a variety of courses freshman year, keep your options open. I’m a huge fan of Econ and statistics but am not a #’s nerd. I like big picture stuff but from an informed and educated perspective. Human behavior and communications tied into economics should prepare you well and afford you many choices.
At the end of the day, your relationships with faculty, roommates, classmates and teammates, are what you will grow and learn from. Never burn a bridge , never make assumptions and never ever be afraid to ask questions!! Most people are too scared to ask. Although you are on this website asking the question so I’d say you are steps in the right direction already !!! Take all advice you receive with a grain of salt and take what works for you from each person who advises you and don’t be afraid to take risks. CALCULATED risks mind you! I’m not talking about texting and driving or drinking and driving I’m talking about career risks, you don’t always have to follow the status quo dare to be different but not weird. Remember, two ears and only one mouth. Be yourself and be thoughtful, kind and appreciative and you will be rich with opportunities!!
Now go get ‘em!!! You got this!!!