Something to get to know me better (?) and I kinda just want to type it..
I'm in my third year in university. I started out with a Mechanical Engineering major because of some dammed classes in my high school that encouraged engineering and made it "fun." I thought building bridges and towers out of balsa wood was fun at the time (as did everyone), so I thought engineering would be cool. Also, I thought I would look cool if I said I was an engineering major. Anyway, I started out in my current uni and took the general beginning classes like math, chem, and physics, but I also took electives here and there like philosophy, history, and poli sci. At the end of my first year I had almost failed a math class and decided I hated engineering. I decided I liked political science and took more classes of that. I wanted to double major in poli sci and economics (I took some econ classes as a requirement for poli sci and they seemed awesome). It all seemed cool until I hit the advanced classes for poli sci which made it extremely dry and boring (what do black pregnant women think of democratic candidates? let's read 10 pages about it!). I still love economics and I am taking advanced classes for it but I can't go on with poli sci because I absolutely hate writing papers that require a shit ton of reading and in the end repeat what the readings say or say nothing (fuck journal articles). So I'm kind of stuck now. I have no idea what to double major in and I should double major in something because econ has very few units (the units required for econ+poli sci don't even come close to those required for mech engineering). I was thinking something like business, administration, or marketing but I feel like those are way too casual and it would look like I was just wasting time and money in uni...
So my question is: What's a good major that could go with economics? or in other words: WAT DO?
I'll post more entertaining stuff, don't worry. Just felt like ranting.