The great thing about college is that you get to choose what you want to study as opposed to high school where you are forced to take classes on things that you have no interest in. The wide selection of majors and classes DePaul offers makes it more exciting to pick classes. I always knew I wanted to major in accounting from taking classes in high school and enjoying it then. I knew I wanted to add another major but had a lot of trouble picking what else I wanted to major in.
I ended up switching majors and minors a few times throughout my time at DePaul and it’s very normal, as I’ve met people who have even changed their major 5 times. I knew I wanted to add another major and that I wanted it to also be in the business school to make things easier. The best way I think to approach adding another major is talking with others that have majors that interest you. I spoke to a lot of people who have a major in economics and always enjoyed my economics classes so I ended up adding that as my double major. I especially enjoy it because there are some economic electives that also fulfill the understanding the past requirement so I don't have to take more classes.
It’s also beneficial if you know exactly what career you want to pursue after graduation, that you choose a major or minor that enhances your skills for that career. It’s great to take advantage of adding a major, minor or concentration to show potential employers that you have specialized or extra knowledge on certain subjects that can make you a more valuable asset to an employer.