There are still some students who change majors their senior year of college. They just stay longer than usual because they don't fulfill all the requirements to receive the degree.
Just change what your current major was into a minor and presto, double major. /shot
I have the urge to drop my current major and change into Business. I seriously hate playing with electrical wires right now. There's barely anyone with my major at this school since it's brand new.
We have no freaking department for the major so we're like spread across 5 different advisors who all focus on a specific subject only...
I'm going to complete this education since I graduate this summer, but I might just study something new after graduating instead of looking for a job or study more electrician educations. The problem is that I have no idea what I want to study or work with, I only know that I want to work with my hands and not in an office.
Bio-Engineer. I'm practically split in half between being near Science and Engineer buildings.
It's probably better to continue to study with this job economy. Literally everyone needs a Masters or Ph.D to maintain their job for a long time. Some jobs probably only need Bachelor and you'll be safe.
Some of my friend's parents have Masters or Ph.D and still got laid off from their jobs even though they worked there for a long time.