Hi, I am a freshman at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. I am a CS major. I also hate programming. I know, I'm in the wrong major. I also hate the ridiculous amounts of math I have. I know I can do the math, it shows on my k-12 test scores, but I just have a hard time motivating myself to do the work to further myself in a major I already hate.
Now the only other major I think I would like, is the Management Information Systems. From what I understand this is basically an IT tech. I had a long talk with an undergraduate counselor who eavesdropped and snatched me up right before I switched to that major. He explained to me why outsourcing is more likely in that field than computer scientists or engineers because of their lower skill level. He told me that MIS majors start out around 30K while CS majors start at round 40K. I'm hoping I win the powerball on wednesday. The only other major I could see myself doing is Political Science, but I don't want to be a politician and I don't want to go to law school, so I'm pretty dry there.
I don't really know what kind of answer I'm looking for... just some insight maybe? Yeah this kinda sucks