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Obviously Bowling Management. What could be more baller? Bowling industry management. At Vincennes University in Vincennes, Indiana (the county seat of Knox County!), you can get your major in running a bowling alley. The course of study includes "pinsetter mechanics, pro shop, lane car, league development" and more.
There really is no other choice.
I majored in Sociology but ended up focusing more on Religion and Philosophy as time went on. Sociology required the least amount of department credits for a degree so it left me pretty open to experiment with other classes. Definitely stayed with in the liberal arts and social sciences though. Also got really into gender courses during the last semester, kind of hard to bite my tongue on NS with half the shit that I've studied about society/gender/spirituality etc., but I'd rather not get into a bunch of shitstorms.
Honestly don't have a job in my field, but happy I studied what I found interesting, and am now interested in doing a Masters. I don't care if I get buttraped in loans, no one has money right now anyway. Why should I try to.