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Should I take extra classes that don't relate to my intended major?

One of the hardest things about deciding the majors I want to follow was figuring out the coursework involved in each of them. I don't want them to bore me, but at the same time, I need to take specific classes for the major that may not be interesting. Most colleges offer unique classes that don't relate to any major, and I'm wondering if I should take those classes, at the same time as following a dual major path. #options

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Nodira’s Answer

Joshua, I highly recommend taking classes that don't relate you your intended major. Doing so will expose you to perspectives different from those that you will get as a result of the coursework related to your major. These different perspectives will teach you to think outside the box and be a creative problem solver - no matter what you decide to do.

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