Hey, wondering if anyone can make any suggestions.I’m in my first term at uni studying neuroscience. I love the city I’m in, have made some great friends, can do my old job alongside and it’s a good uni. The issue lays with my course. I was never particularly sure about what degree I wanted to do, but was sort of forced into picking one in 6th form. I took 2 years out doing a job I have always dreamed of doing however it’s now time to go back into education and get a degree as the job I was doing isn’t realistic to do forever (lots of physical exercise, hard days and not great pay) though I miss it so so much. When I was first picking my degree back in school I was debating doing neuroscience or environmental studies. I felt that environmental studies would lead to more career prospects I would like (I want to work outside and be hands on, I certainly don’t want to work in a lab). The idea of studying neuroscience however fascinated me as I loved the idea of learning about the biology behind psychiatric disorders etc. I therefore applied for that. A term in I’m not sure I’ve made the right choice, the degree has very little psychology in/ more interesting parts of neuroscience until 3rd year and after 2 years working I know for a fact I don’t want a lab or researched based job. I’m struggling with the fact I’m not currently interested in the content, most likely won’t be until 3rd year and given that I don’t see a job at the end of this specific degree I have no motivation. I can’t wrap my head around doing it just for the sake of it. I appreciate all degrees will have elements some people don’t like but I’m not loving much so far at all. I’m considering whether I should change courses though that means another year out. I think i could get through the course, I mean it’s a bit like alevels, I worked hard to try and get gd grades and that was that but now I’mNot sure if it’s worth carrying on with this if I don’t see a job prospect at the end or do I just long it out?