I have already taken all of my core classes and I even started a Bachelor's program but soon found out it was not for me. I have thought about either majoring in History with a teacher certification or Criminal Justice. I would really like to do the history but I know that it will be about 4 or 5 years before there will be any education jobs in my area. I am also interested in Criminal Justice so that I can be a probation officer but I am afraid that once I start taking the classes I might lose interest. I know I don't want to do Elementary Education or Business. Does it really matter what I major in as long as I get a Bachelor's Degree?
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I realize that I can't do surgery with a history degree but with all the jobs in my area the qualifications are a Bachelor's degree. Some require a B.S. in this or that but most just say Bachelor's degree.
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