The student should go for the course that they want because it’s their enjoyment that is important rather than pressure of society of what is demand/not. But still it’s their choice, so think wisely & don’t force them in a thing that they may regret in end.
The best course to study is the one that leads to your overall career goals and objectives. Thus, I would imagine you do not have anything specific at this time. So many individuals enroll in college programs without a specific goal in mind. As such, many become miserable in their work which is not good for them, or their employer. If you want to be successful in your work and personal life, carefully consider the following.

To be successful in your work, you must acquire a vision. A vision is a clearly articulated picture of the future you intend to create for yourself. In other words, it's a dream. However, if the dream does not have direction, it will always remain a dream and will never become a reality for you. That vision should create a passion within you, a love for what you do and the benefit it will bring to others as well as yourself. Make sure the vision is specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and tangible. Let us look at this closer. When you believe you have chosen an appropriate career goal, look at it in SMART fashion as follows.
Specific - Make sure your career goal is very specific. For example, "I would like to be a teacher," is not specific. "I would like to be a high school biology teacher in New Jersey (USA) in an urban school by 2012" is.
Measurable - Make sure you can measure your progress. How will I know I am progressing in the right direction? This is where the development of short-term objectives comes in (discussed below). You will know you are on the right path as you accomplish each short -term objective.
Achievable - Is the goal achievable considering my current life situation and circumstances?
Realistic - Is what I want to do really realistic. For example, "I would like to be a middle weight boxing champion, and I am 63 years old." That is not realistic.
Tangible - What will I - specifically - have at the end? What will I be (exactly)? It must be very specific.

Once you acquire that vision your path will become clear. Still, you will need a mentor, counselor, or coach who will be able to help you develop a road map embedded with short-term objectives leading to your overall career goals and objectives. The achievement of short-term objectives will indicate you are moving in the correct direction, and will also give you energy and excitement to carry on towards your overall career goal. It will take some research, but you most likely have some ideas already. Follow them through, look at the nature of the field, the everyday routine, the required education, the salary, the occupational demand and the related fields. When a career sparks an interest, try to shadow an individual who is actually doing what you think you might like to do. You can pick up valuable information this way. Thus, the following.
Acquire the will to change circumstances.
Acquire the vision (dream).
Develop a road-map embedded with short-term objectives leading to your overall goal and objective.
Just do it and do not let go until it becomes a reality.

How to choose once career?

Do an analysis with open mind. The student alone knows that one particular course they may not like because of superficial knowledge about it. Just analyses, try to find out the contents of the course, its objective, relevant subjects, the
fundamentals, etc. Just before taking judgment about likes & dislikes. Nowadays, we
can see a lot of overlapping between different courses. Do a thorough research &
analysis, & then take decision.

The tips for the parents:


The parents may want to mention factors to consider, such as job, market
demand, salary ranges and long range.


Encourage your children to develop strengths in at least two or three of the
following areas:

•Computer skills
•Quantitative skills
•Communication skills
•Marketing/Selling skills
•Scientific skills
•Foreign language skills
•Leadership skills


Many employers rate leadership activities even. Students who were very active in
high school activities may be less involved in college extracurricular activities.
However, employers regard high school as “ancient history” for a college senior. It
is more valuable for a student to be involved in a few meaningful leadership roles on
campus than to be in a “laundry list” of many campus clubs.


You may want your son or daughter to work in your hometown every summer.
Thus your children gain interest or experience in that field.

The choice of lifestyle:

It depends on the student. To choose once career, one should know the real
motivations, interests, talents for wok, identify your ideal career; discover your
communications & leadership learning. Then see what career is best for you. Thus
the aspiring student selects the career. Though, everything favors, if situations fails
to support, in vain. So situation also must be favorable for all to succeed in once life.

“God’s grace is sufficient”. If the will of the student is the will of the God, then
their career will prosper.