framboozer wrote:Primary major in History, but I do have full-on additional majors in International Relations (do not like the major at all), Spanish (because I love studying languages and couldn't stop), and International Studies (essentially compensation for doing two difficult language-intensive education abroad programs), and a minor in French plus a few extra French courses, but not enough for the major (once again, because I love languages and couldn't stop). I chose my classes very carefully and came into college with a lot of credits, so I was able to do all of them. I really wish I had chosen Economics or something completely different instead of International Relations. I enjoy my poli sci classes by far the least.
What can I say? I love school. They're not the most difficult majors, but I definitely feel like I've learned a lot and challenged the way I think. Hopefully they prepare me for law school.
NZA, your major does sound really appealing.
It was the best, to be honest. For a long time I contemplated switching to Philosophy (I was two classes away from double majoring, actually), but in the end, I'm glad I stuck with EVST.
I got to go hiking all the time, have interesting policy conversations, but I also got to explore how people relate to Nature. It was, and I hate using this word but I have no alternative, truly holistic. I wouldn't trade it for the world!
No one else in the environmental field?