Obviously one of the most important factors in deciding on a career path is what you are interested in. It can be hard to find a direct connection between an interest and a major. What you need to do is to start looking at your interests at a fundamental level.
Attachment A contains a simple way to look into your interests at a deeper level. Once you have answered the questions in Attachment A, complete the task in Attachment B. For example do you want a career where there is a lot of routine or would you prefer a career where you are constantly experiencing something new?
Next examine classes that you have enjoyed. What was it about these courses that you liked? Try to focus more on the content than the way the course was taught.
Next think about a moment in your life where you felt especially proud of the work you did. What was there about the experience that was so important to you?
Finally, think of the questions in Attachment C. What do these tell you about your career interests?
When you begin to think of a major, you need to do a deep personal examination of who you are and what you like. The questions outlined here are simply a few of the ways you could ask yourself. Your search for a major should start by knowing yourself.