Honestly, coming out of high school, it dawned on me that it was time to choose a major. I straight up had no idea what I wanted to do with my life but had managed to get into a four-year college. I didn't want to go in as undeclared so I was literally scrolling through their list of majors from a drop-down menu. Computer Science was the only one that sounded interesting to me, so I went with it. After taking my first programming class, it was clear to me that I had made the right choice! Been coding ever since and now I get paid for it!
When I was going to Penn State, you could elect to go into "Division of Undergraduate Studies" ...which all the declared-majors referred to as "Dumb, Undecided Students". Dunno if you could actually graduate via DUS, but you could spend a significant portion of your academic career in that category.
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