You sound like my DD (and you are not much older so I technically could be your mom
). She had similar difficulties choosing a major. She was deciding between English and Communications. She went with Communications Studies. Mass Comm is more about radio, broadcasting, etc. She wants to get into PR, advertising, along those lines but like you she isn't exactly sure.
She is majoring in Communication Studies with a minor in PR and another one in event planning. She is doing an internship with a marketing company and is learning what she does and doesn't like (so far, she likes all of it and is getting great experience).
She also added a second major at one point (Dietetics) but then realized she wanted to focus more on the communications stuff and leave the food stuff as a hobby, not a potential career so she dropped it.
My brother majored in English and minored in Communications and now works for a huge advertising agency. As far as a career, I don't think the major will matter that much. They are both broad enough. It's when it's more specialized when it matters much more IMO.
DD's decision wound up being based on what she enjoyed the most. She started to really enjoy certain aspects of the Communication Studies major, so she stuck with that, and added the minors based on what she was most interested in.
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