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IT wont matter for the first two years, for you will be taking the required liberal arts courses. Go to the "Occupational Outlook Handbook" found in most libraries and see whats available. If you are asked, "What's your major?", reply, "Liberal Arts."
Do you have a passion about anything, something that you just HAVE to do, or you will just die! Besides that, you might start with a Liberal Arts degree. That will cover lots of different topics, I think some schools call it Humanities. This type of degree is very broad based, so you might find that you have a passion about something. Just remember, nothing is set in stone, you can change you mind at any time. You might also try visualization, write down, that is the important part, write it down, just not in stone ;-). Think about what your life will be like in one year, five years, maybe go out even further, and do ten years, Be as detailed as possible, where you live what car you drive, are you married? What you look like, just everything down to every detail. They say that if you find your passion, and are able to find a way to get paid for it, that you are not working at all. Good luck on finding your passion. Hope this helps