This question is a little trickier to answer. Stanford is an extremely reputable school, and has a lot of really great programs. However, my recommendation is that you start with thinking about what subjects and careers interest you. I have gone through a lot of school, and I have counseled thousands of college students. From my experience, if you don't love what you are learning, then you will surely struggle. I am going to include some exercises I have my college students do when they are considering changing majors. Please let me know, if you have further questions.
Ann recommends the following next steps:
- Identify which subjects in enjoy and which you don't like or struggle with.
- Make a list of all the careers you are interested in.
- Check out the careers you think you might like on https://www.onetonline.org/. This site will tell you the skills and education you need. Look at the type of knowledge need and narrow down you focus to subject you are good or that interest you
- Check out Stanford's programs to see if you have a match.