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Finding Your Perfect Major as a Brock University Student

Finding Your Perfect Major as a Brock University Student

One of the most important decisions you will make as a Brock University student is your major. While some people end up in a career completely unrelated to their university major, you spend your university years focused on that particular subject. It should be something you enjoy and that can challenge you while keeping you interested. Finding the perfect major as a Brock University student is a personal journey, which is easy for some people and far more difficult for others.

Consider Your Interests

One of the best places to start when it comes to finding a major is to consider your interests. What sort of activities could you do all day? What sort of learning can keep you interested for hours? Even just knowing what really does not interest you can help you eliminate some majors. Making a list of your interests will allow you to know where to start when it comes to finding the right major for you.

Consider Your Talents

While interests and talents are often connected, they can be different. For example, some people are interested in something, but they may not have the ability to make their interest into a major. At times, you may also be able to combine interests and talents to find a great major for you.

Consider the Potential Pay

While potential pay should not be the top reason you pick a major, it is another factor to consider. It is something you may want to put more thought into if you are trying to decide between two or more majors. At times, by looking at your interests and talents, you may come up with several potential majors, and one might have a significantly higher potential both to get paid well and to be able to find a job in the field. This may help you decide upon the right major for you.

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