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What is the best way for an undeclared student to discover options for a college major?

This fall, I will be attending a four-year #university , but I have not declared a #major yet. I have diverse interests, so I would like to #explore my options before I decide on a major. What would be the best way to discover my options and learn about new things in order to find the right major for me? #college

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Edith’s Answer

Hi! That is an interesting question that many students ask before attend a college or university. I work at Hubbard College of Administration International in Los Angeles and when a student comes to me and he doesn't know what to do I say whatever you choose for your life you will need how to administrate. It can be a company, your own company or your life. This college gives you the data of real life problems and how to resolve applying an easy technique. This is 50% theory and 50% practical. We will send you to a different companies to apply what you learn. Yes! Real companies with real problems! and you will resolve it.
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Ashley’s Answer

For me, I did not choose my major until my sophomore year of college. There are so many great areas to focus on that it can be so hard to make a choice! There were a few things that I did to help make the decision. When I thought I figured out the right direction, I shadowed someone in that career. For instance, I thought that I wanted to be a physical therapist so I shadowed one at our local hospital. After experiencing it for a couple of hours and discussing what the day looked like, I decided that it was not for me! I did an unpaid Marketing internship at a symphony and it solidified that is the direction I wanted to go. To get to the point of "figuring it out," I talked to a lot of people just as others have stated. Shadowing and internships were game changers for me! Good luck!

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Jill’s Answer

If u rn't sure of what U want 2 do, go 2 ur local public or school libraries 4 reference texts or online systems.Most librarians R more than willing 2 help.Some will make an appt. 4them 2 teach u &help Ufind the best reference systems available.There r also many books, as well as tests for u 2 take that will help you uncover what vocation fits ur specific personality, either through a school guidance counselor or online, but be be careful about anyone that wants 2 charge u for this information,as u should B able 2 find these answers 4 urself at no charge, at the stage which ur currently at.
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