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William Taylor

Hi, I think it is important that you are carefully considering your long-term academic goals that are aligned with your career goals after graduation. You may want to consider writing down what you want to do after finishing college and pursue a field of studies that will help you achieve your professional career goals. It's nice to take courses that you find interesting, however, I think it's more important to identify what you want to do professionally and align your degree program accordingly.
When considering a career field, take into account your innate strengths, what you enjoy doing and it comes fairly easy for you, this will help you narrow down your career field. Also, you gain good experience from the choices you make in life that support your professional and personal goals. It helps to write down your personal career plan that list your strengths and the qualifications to get the career position after graduation. Sometimes you can volunteer in your field of pursuit and meet people that are doing what you want to do.
I wish you the best in your pursuits.
WT

Answered 4 months ago

William Taylor