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I own my own company, which provides web design and development services.
I changed my major from Computer Science to Communication Design.
I have not completed my undergraduate degree yet. While I do not need a degree for the work I do, it will give me more options in the future.
I started making websites in high school for fun, and I enjoyed it so much that I decided to make a career of it by age 16.
Pros: Complete flexibility in work hours and vacation, getting to decide what work to do, and doing the work my way.
Cons: Total responsibility for the business and planning for challenging financial times.
Do what you love. Sometimes that requires a degree, sometimes it doesn't. Real world experience is invaluable.
Your major does not always determine your career path. Many graduates pursue careers outside their field, depending on their interests and experiences.
It’s not just your major that matters! Make yourself marketable by gaining a variety of experiences in college. Read a few inspiring stories by professionals whose experiences led to great careers.
Contact a Texas Career Engagement career counselor today to find out how you can turn your major into a career.