Should I Major in Psychology and do a minor in economics?
I am 100% sure that I want to major in psychology. To be honest, I have no idea what I want to do after I graduate. I obviously heard that I can't do anything with a BA degree in Psychology unless I go for Masters or Ph.D. I want to help people who suffer from depression, anxiety, etc. but The problem is that I do not want to do any more school. I am taking microeconomics right now and I really enjoy it. I find it interesting even though the graphs can be quite confusing sometimes. I was thinking if I should do a minor in economics along with my psychology major. Would that be beneficial? I am just worried about all the math in economics because I am really, really weak at math. I only took advanced function in highschool and finished with a 61% even though I worked my butt off. I never took Calculus.
I was also considering adding a human resource management specialization onto my degree. But at the same time, I am not really interested in human resources (I think)
I don't know if adding the minor and specialization would help me get a good job
I am really confused whether I should stick with this plan. What do you think? Beneficial or no?