I see all of these trads going for English or History degrees and I just shake my head....good luck getting a job. Or getting all of the damn liberal programming out. Sure, I'd love to do nothing but read history books and write philosophy papers but guess what? No one pays you to do that in RL.YES! YES! YES!
A degree in literary studies only secured for me a hyper-conscious awareness of how ridiculous and ironic my life of living in cash-payment-to-cash-payment, paying bills and taxes, &c., truly is. It's like an existential nausea/claustrophobia.
However, in my particular case, I only incurred minimal debt (approximately $4,000) and I managed to circumvent the liberals and wackos by selectively and aggressively choosing my professors and lecture/seminar courses. In all my assignments, I endeavored to bring some aspect of Catholic heritage. This is why I focused on Medieval and Renaissance British literature.
Also, whilst at the Colleges and University, I dedicated myself to the recitation of the Monastic Breviary when I was not studying, researching or writing. I had no social interactions with anyone save a select few peers and the professors (and their assistants). Ultimately, however, this was my major mistake: I did not "network" enough to end up with a job that could actually pass for the twentieth-century invention of "career."
Science and maths are the only paths for a pragmatic degree, and even then vocational/technical training may be more suitable depending on circumstances.
My advice for you, Boloki, would be to have recourse to prayer and penance before making such a momentous decision. It is not impossible to get through college without being brainwashed by the liberal machinery.