I'm considering a double major in anthropology and economics.
Why I think this is smart: I could work with economic theories in a context that makes cultural sense for certain given situations
Why I think this is not smart: technically such a job doesn't exist (except maybe as a consultant of sorts). Anthropology is also tough because (though I adore it) there is only so much I can do, besides teach. My options are: archaeologist- fun, but not a lot of money. Or I can do forensic anthropologist- just downright fascinating.
I think I would really like to do a semester abroad. I have an idea of the pros and cons, but not really a full list. I really have England on my mind. And, since I work at Starbucks, it is very feasible for me to transfer to a store over there (or any country for that matter).
I am considering: England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, France and Russia. More so the British countries or Germany. While I think it would be immensely fun and wicked enlightening, I am worried that it will be for naught and will just drain me of money in order to have some fun overseas learning about other people, etc.
I am also concerned that transferring credits will be an immense pain. These are just some ideas I've thought up in the course of my time MIA from the board.