So, don't be afraid that you will chose the wrong one, you will learn something from the experience that you will be able to take with you other places. However, you are right to be prudent and to give this careful consideration.
See the Next steps that I filled out below. I found it to be incredibly important to understand myself. Once I understood me, the career path that I ended up taking jumped out at me. I knew what I wanted to do, and now that I am doing it, I love it, and am excited to get to work every day.
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Life is long, and you can always change your career path down the road if you decide that the path you chose for yourself doesn't align with what you want. I've known many people that majored in sciences and ended up going into completely different fields after college (and they didn't regret that decision).
The two majors you're considering are each worthwhile in their own right. You may want to consider jotting down a list of pros and cons for each major, and that could help inform your decision of which major to select. I don't believe you'll regret your decision if you keep an open mind.
As Newt Scamander said "my philosophy is that worrying means you suffer twice"!
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