Choosing college courses can be tricky. You should follow your passions, and know your strengths, but sometimes it's hard to determine a career choice when you are mostly just seeking to get the best grades you can. My advice would be to find time to seek out an extra-curricular activity, whether it's an on-campus group or activity, or a hobby in your personal time.
During my undergraduate studies, I pursued many different topics of interest in my courses, because I thought that's what I should do: pursue things that captured my attention. However, it was only when I started volunteering at the on-campus newspaper that I realized that I was invested in journalism and media. Further, I really got into it—and eventually ended up becoming the newspaper editor. Not only did that help me develop leadership skills, but also helped me better understand what I wanted to do in my career, and how I would make my course decisions to get there.
Outside of my example, there are plenty of options for volunteer activities, and if internships are possible for you, that can be an option as well. Sometimes even just taking a look at these opportunities could help orientate you in what you might be interested in as a career. Also, speaking to advisors and members of faculty can be super helpful. As well as taking parts in student groups, and hearing the goals and interests of your peers. These interests can help inform your decisions on which college courses are best for you.
Here's an article on choosing college courses that I thought might be helpful:
What are your interests? Which subject do you like the most?
Know your strengths, values, personality, and skills
Can you provide more information regarding what you're trying to decide between? What is your major. I find the best way to choose a career is to follow your passion.