Question by Definitely that one.: What should I major in?
I’ve been looking through college majors, and have been met with a bit of confusion.
Which is better for the fact that more careers are “going green” — Ecological Biology, or Environmental Science? Within Environmental Science itself, which one’s better — Policy, or Management?
And if I were to double-major (I’m interested in going to law school, for environmental law) what should I major in? Psychology? Sociology? English? Political science? Business Administration? Economics?
What, of these, would prove most beneficial in the future and leave me with the most opportunities for the off chance that I end up not wanting to go to law school?
Answer by Übermensch
You should major in what you are interseted in. Law schools do not care what your major is, they only care about your GPA and LSAT score. Just make sure you can do well in whatever major you choose.
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