I'm not sure if this is pertaining to me, but I'll answer anyway.
Did you take your Gen ed requirements at your school?
Most of it. I was doing a two-year degree in Liberal Arts. I got all my requirements then, 'cept for History (I think I needed one more), Math (I needed one more), English Lit (I took Creative Writing as opposed to an Eng Lit class, I already got my basic Eng requirements), Lab Science (I flunked Chem when I took it), and Psych. I had enough credit hours, though, to transfer them to a four-year university and skip out on the AA and go straight for the BA.
Nursing and education are popular majors at my school. Have you thought about becoming some sort of teacher? And yes, sadly there's a waiting list at my school for the nursing major also.
I'm going for Teaching. After I get my BA, I'm going to work on my Teaching licensure stuff.
Accounting- I heard this is a good major but I personally think it's a bit boring. I took 2 accounting classes so far and while I liked them, that's all the accounting I will be taking.
I went to business school for Computerized Accounting years ago. I graduated from there with like 3.5 GPA too. The school was supposed to have helped me with finding a job, but never did, unfortunately. The bit of accounting I knew has left me. If I don't use something, I forget it.
Do you like to write? Work with people? Work in the outdoors?
I like to write, but I'm not a good one. Before I graduated High School, I wanted to go to school for Journalism, since I liked it so much, but was talked out of it by my mother.
I don't mind working with younger people, hence my wanting to be a teacher. I like to share what I know.
I hate working outdoors, though. I'm an "inside" type person.
Am I starting to sound like one of those redundant career tests? (by the way, taking one of those tests or talking to your counselor is probably a good idea.
Yes, you are. I felt like I was taking a career test. lol