Okay, I'm currently in college, majoring in computer science. I don't know if it's the subject or the teachers I have been "blessed" with, but I've found that this semester, frankly I'm just not that interested in it, especially considering how challenging Calculus has been with a professor who can barely speak English.
I've found myself wrapped into psychology recently, especially psychology of personality. (Hey, what are you doing on this site then, Dallas?) I've been wondering if I should stick with CS, or switch my major.
While I know I would enjoy psychology very much, it's something have a passion for, that's a major cut in salary unless I plan on going for a Masters/PhD. That, and I've heard that computer science becomes extremely interesting later on, plus the issue with that my current teachers are the epitome of boring people.
I know I haven't given the most detailed scenario yet, but perhaps we can discuss it further? (: