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In January I decided to go back to school, a decision I'm very happy I made, but now I've come across a bit of a cross roads, and I'm hoping y'all can help me make an informed choice.
I'm currently set up as a pre-major for Computer Science, but I'm not sure that that's what I want to do with myself. It's always kind of been my fall back, since I know I could do it, and I don't hate it. I see people who have code in their blood, and listen to them talk, only to find myself without nearly the passion they have.
But I honestly take more enjoyment from artsy stuff, design, drawing, stuff like that. My plan has always been to keep that a hobby, and move forward with computers, but I'm thinking it may be a better idea, to change over to a Graphic Design major.
So my question is, are there Graphic Design jobs, or is that a crapshoot degree? I have no doubt that I'd probably be more versatile with a Computer Science degree, but I don't know that I'd be happy that way. A plus of course would be that I have some credits that would count more towards and art degree than it would an engineering degree, so I could actually probably graduate a semester earlier (or at least closer to on time than my current path).
tl;dr I'm currently a Comp Sci major, but I think I'd be happier pursuing Graphic Design, is this a mistake?