When I had I first entered college, I had it all figured out. I didn't want to be one of those guys going to college with no set plan and waste valuable money and time for credits you don't need, and I've seen far too my people at my community college burn out because of lack of direction. Unfortunately, I think I'm there now, losing direction and focus. Since my senior year in high school, I figured myself to be a business major. It's practical, it could get me decent paying career when I'm done, and I'm sure I could do it. But do I want to do that? I mean, I'm toying with idea to own my own clothing business one day, but its not like you need a degree to show you how to run that. But then again, maybe you do. I still have that creative urge. I realized I'll never be anything other than a mediocre musician and in tandem with wrist/elbow problems being a professional musician is basically out of the question. So I was watching Napoleon Dynamite again (and the short film, Peluca) and then it hit me: I want to make movies. The problem with getting a degree in communications (thats what the film-radio-television major falls under in most universities) is that it begs one question: Do you want fries with that? I mean, I'm afraid with a degree like that I'd end up just some lackey fetching coffee for some overpayed director, whereas a business degree gives me a good base and almost gurantees a decent salary. But then again, I could end up some lackey fetching coffee for some overpayed boss and making somebody else rich with my own work. Maybe people who are majoring/did major in either degree could give me some insight on what their respective major had to offer. If you're in college and are close to your degree, tell me your experiences with it. If you're in the workforce with either degree, tell me how far it has gotten you. Really, advice from anyone who has college experience would be fantastic. I just need some direction. I'm also looking to transfer to a real university within a year or two (looking at Texas, Texas A&M, and North Texas, among others).