Your degree doesn't chain you to a field for the rest of your career. Here's how to use what you've already learned to try something else.
To graduate on time, you probably needed to declare your major by your sophomore year. But by the time graduation rolls around, it wouldn't be surprising if your career ambitions have shifted to something outside of your major. Perhaps an internship didn't turn out how you expected, or certain courses dampened your passion for the occupation you thought you wanted to pursue. So, now you're in a tough spot, where your degree doesn't quite line up with what it is you want to do.
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