I am going to begin my first year at seminary in 10 days and I just realized I need to do this now. So here in Cleveland we take our philosophy classes at the seminary itself, but we attend John Carroll University for a liberal arts major, and if we want, any minor of our choosing. I'm a bad person who accidentally put this off, so I have around a week to decide on one of the following approved majors :o and I'm wondering if anyone can help. (I've removed some I know I'm not interested at all in) The choices are:
Economics (B.A. track only)
Psychology (Human Development)
This boils down to a few specific questions. If I discern that I am certainly called to the priesthood, which would help me the most with fulfilling that vocation? If I discern that I am not being called to the priesthood, which is the most useful, for lack of better term, in the real world. Should I follow a path towards what would help me as a priest the most or help me in the world the most. I don't mean how to make the most money, but what could lead me to a good career with actual job prospects. Or should I just pick the one which interests me most and just use the minor as the "just in case" I discern out of seminary in the next few years? Finally if you're experienced in any of these fields I would be very interested in hearing your take on what you actually do so I don't have the wrong idea. A lot of questions, but any help with any of them is very much appreciated.