I start my first year of college in the fall and now is the time to register for classes for the first semester. I spoke with my advisor on Friday and we went over what classes I'll need to take. I have all but one class picked out: a course for my minor. Trouble is, I don't even know what I want to minor in. All Math majors are required to have a minor outside the College of Science, so the subjects I would consider minoring in aren't an option. I want to go onto grad school and further study math or cryptology. I want to have a career in law enforcement, ideally working for the FBI or CIA. I went through the list of possible minors and three struck me: psychology, sociology, and criminal justice. I read through the respective department's webpages but just got information I already knew: what those subjects are basically about. I want more in depth information, but I'm having trouble finding it. My google searches are leading me to other college websites, which offer the exact same information that my college's site provided. For those of you who studied psychology/sociology/criminal justice, what did you learn? Anything in particular you liked/disliked? Do you think it would be useful to me? Any pointers or advice would be greatly appreciated. Or, if you think I'm looking at the wrong subjects for a minor, any tips to what might be a better one are welcome. Thank you so much! ETA: I can take a core humanities class in place of the minor course in case I can't decide. I would just like to get an idea of what a psychology/sociology/c.j. minor is like.