You would be surprised at how many students graduate from college with a degree they are no longer interested in. This is very common, especially among students who enter college immediately after graduating from high school. With this said, don't feel like a loser, believe it or not, you really did learn and what you learned is transferable to many, many jobs. In pursuing your degree, you learned to read and understand what you were reading, that in itself expanded your vocabulary, which allows you to express yourself at a higher level both verbally and in writing. I'm sure at least one of your professors decided it was a good idea to have you do group projects and in those group projects you learned teamwork, delegating, and conflict management. You probably also had that professor which you did not see eye to eye with and there you learned people skills, very important! Then there is the fact that you actually graduated! Well that means you learned time management, you also learned how to work well under pressure, can handle stress and obviously meet deadlines. Now that we have covered that, you can take a breather, get a job and hone in on those skills you wish to strengthen. After you've done this you can pursue your Master's degree in what you are interested in! Hope this helps!