On the other hand, my husband began his degree in Bcom Law, and after a year decided to change his career path - it turned out to be the right choice for him and he's enjoyed both his degree and his job.
In my profession, I have met Chartered Accountants who decided that the work was not for them and completely switched their path - some went on to become lawyers, Tech specialists or medical doctors instead!
I would say, dont put too much pressure on yourself to have everything figured out immediately - your path will not be the same as someone else's. Take into consideration what you value most and see where that path takes you - you will find that so long as you are true to who you are, you will always end up on the path thats meant for you.
I graduated from college a year back and have a total of 1.5-2-year work experience. I think college is more about experimenting which career paths/ job types you like than deciding which job you want to do. I did internships related to whatever courses I have studied. This helped me understand how I can practically apply whatever I have learned in theory. Doing various internships helped me narrow down the career path I am interested in pursuing and then I selected my electives accordingly to further enhance my theoretical knowledge. I was also a part of different clubs in college, which developed my soft skills.
My advice would be that you focus on living the full college experience. Take part in different club activities, volunteer & do different internships. This will broaden your perspective about different career paths and will also give insight about what you like the most.
When we talk about education, its not only what we study its also what we have EXPERIENCED. If you go for any of the field just remember you are not not only the one who is applying or being there for it there will be N numbers of people competing with you. You just make sure "WHAT" makes you different from all of them sitting there. So whatever you do make sure you are happy with that and you will know where you want to lead.
The path to finding the right major and the right career path was challenging for me. It wasn't until I tried out different leadership positions on campus and internships that I narrowed some things down. Even after graduating college, I used my 20s to figure things out and kind of bounced around different industries until I hit on what I love to do, which is work at a college helping students!
Ultimately, I want to take some of the pressure off of you to have it all figured out. It's rare that most folks do. Take classes you enjoy, get involved, work, have internships, volunteer. All of that experience helps to lead you to the next step. And, nothing is finite. Keep growing, keep adding to your skill set. Most people have 7-10 jobs before retiring. I think that will increase due to the change in technology and economy.