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How do I know if psychology is or isn't "my thing"? If it isn't, what else can I major in?

Everything I have learned in my psychology courses so far feels a lot like common sense to me. The information is dull. I don't know if it's the instructors that I have had in the past that makes it feel this way. I've been thinking about changing my major but I just don't know what?

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Karen Ramirez

The good thing about majoring in Psychology is that it is applicable in every day life. It would be a good idea to think about a master's program you might be interested in so you still have your psychology background. I took a psych class my sophomore year in college and the material was pretty interesting and my professor was dull as well. I think it really depends on who and how they teach the material because it is an interesting topic. You might also want to think about possibly minoring in this field if you've already taken Psychology classes you don't want them to go to waste.

Answered 2 years ago

Karen Ramirez