Top 4 Reasons Students Change Majors

Top 4 Reasons Students Change Majors

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Changing a major is so common among students. A majority of them change their major at least three times before they graduate. Students may choose a subject initially because it may seem exciting in the beginning. As days pass, they realize that reality is far different from what they had expected. Here are a couple of other reasons students lose interest in their current majors.

Lack Of Real-Time Experience

A lot of students switch because they don’t like their classes. It can be due to frustration with the academic environment where they have to complete a lot of homework, essays and group projects. Remember, the classroom is not the real representation of how things actually work in the real world. Until you get real world experience, it’s hard to analyze whether it’s for you or not. So whenever you choose your major, look for opportunities to get hands-on experience and have informational interviews with someone who graduated from your university.

Personal Feelings/ Distractions

Is there anything else that’s going on in your life that could cause dissatisfaction with your current state? You could possibly be losing interest in the subject because you are not in a good place in your life. Did you choose the subject because people you look up to have done the same?

Interest In Another Subject

Most students change majors when they find a course that they really love. Try a ‘what-if audit’ to compare academic progress without changing your major.

Lack Of Passion

Too much homework can also put students off a subject. If you aren’t motivated enough or are feeling lazy to complete assignments, contact us! We can help you complete them on time. All that you have to do is to ask, ‘can you take my online class?’

University is an incredible opportunity to find your interests and develop life skills. Make sure you make the best of this chance!