So, I've been discussing this with friends and family, but as the opinions vary so greatly, ultimately I have to decide on my own. Basically, I'm torn between doing a film major, and doing a computer/programming major. I love both fields equally, and do reasonably well in both, but I've been advised by many that it would be much more helpful out of college to have a computer degree over a film degree, due to it being considerably easier to get a computer job out of college vs. a film job. So what I was hoping to do was major in some sort of computer degree and minor in film, so I get the experience of both areas, and I would be able to do film as a hobby with computers as a supporting job, until I am able to make a profit out of my film career. However, I've also been told that doing a computer major is a lot of work, and the film minor doesn't really allow you to get your hands on actual creation of films. The film instructor recommended I look into the "Digital Cultures" major, which she told me was a combination of both film and computer, allowing me to do a little bit of both with a much more open-ended major. So, I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask, but what do you guys recommend I do? Should I go for a major in Digital Cultures, or should I just major in something computer related, and join the student film group to make films "unofficially" on the side? I'm a little concerned about the Digital Cultures major, as I'm under the impression that it's new and something that employers would look at and not really be impressed. It seems to be one of those modern open-ended "do whatever the hell you want" majors.