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Old 11-30-2007, 04:37 PM   #11
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...Major in Criminal Justice, minor in Computer Forensics...
Excellent choice in major. In 5 or 10 years, e-crime will be the only booming industry left in the USA, so you'll always be able to find a job.
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...Major in Criminal Justice, minor in Computer Forensics...
Excellent choice in major. In 5 or 10 years, e-crime will be the only booming industry left in the USA, so you'll always be able to find a job.
Thats what I'm hoping. :P
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Umm...I went into college wanting to be a psychologist, then switched to undecided then back to psychology. I later switched to Secondary Education. Lucky for me, I did this all while still at my community college. I had one major at University, its nice to stick to one plan but I have so many friends who didn't. It'll turn out okay.
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I got some great advice from a high school teacher of mine. Get all of your core classes out of the way, like math, psychology, english, humanities, that sort of thing, so you can really take some time discovering what you like and what you don't like. That way, you're not wasting any time or money, and you're still making progress.
Unless you choose a really hard major, in which case you'll want GEs to take later so that you're not taking full semesters of your major classes.

I started out as Computer Science and decided it wouldn't be enough of a challenge, so I went for a Computer Engineering degree. I'm much more interested in embedded systems than application programming...

In any event, with Computer Forensics I don't think that you can go wrong!
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Undeclared -> Computer Science -> Criminal Justice and possibly a major in Political Science.

You're not alone, trust me.
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Straight into Mechanical Engineering.

Still there.
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liberal arts>graphic design>audio video communications>public relations>double major in audio video and public relations
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Straight into architecture, done, working in it

g/f started and completed Business Administration: Legal, worked 1 year, hated it, now shes half done Interior Design, and enjoys it.
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