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  • I would choose psychology. I am a psychologist type person when it comes to helping my friends, so it should be easy.
  • Philosophy! Please! EVery noble idea ever born in a human mind is your territory to explore. Your study will allow you to travel every road which makes humans different from the animal world. . . Besides, all of the students in my classes who were psychology majors seemed to need counseling and signed up for a major rather than making an appointment.
  • Psychology :) I am more of a people person and I like to understand why people think the way they do and all those kinds of things.
  • My question is what career/vocation would transition into once you graduated completing a BA in philosophy?
  • My question is what career/vocation would transition into once you graduated completing a BA in philosophy?
  • Picking a major depends on what you ultimately want to do. Start with a job youd like to have and then figure out what degree you need. A lot of universities have worthless majors. What I mean this is they are now creating majors that aren't really practical. They are interesting, but not practical. When you graduate, you'll need a job. No one is going to pay you to philosophize. Psychology is a great major, it serves as a foundation for many fields in the social services or education. If you want to be a psychologist, you'll likely need to obtain a Ph.D. So, of the two majors, I think psychology is more useful. I have undergraduate majors in sociology and Spanish. I later obtained a Masters in Social Work, so the sociology gave me a great foundation for that degree. However independent of the Master's, my major in sociology did virtually nothing.

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