It's okay to change your major. You're allowed to do that. Many people do. Students who choose a major their first term and keep it until graduation are rare creatures.
Fun fact: college students change their majors an average of three times before they graduate.
How to deal best with that change really depends on why you want to make it. Assess the reasons you picked your original major:
- Why were you drawn to it?
- Why do you want to make a change?
- What are your strengths, interests, and aptitudes?
Once you articulate that, you can explore different majors and careers that might fit you better.
The Career Center offers several career assessments that may help you generate some ideas if you feel stuck. You can also make a career advising appointment to meet one-on-one with a career advisor to explore options.