So I've just finished my second year at UNCSA and was accepted into the screenwriting program for next year. I think UNCSA is a good school, but to me the screenwriting classes haven't really taught me anything beyond basic story structure. While I've learned a lot about film, I can't help but feel like I'm lacking in some areas. I love political science, history, and law- and found that there aren't a lot of avenues for me to learn about them since UNCSA is an arts conservatory. I feel bad because I know I also love screenwriting, but I feel like the stories we tell here are forced for the sake of quantity and not quality. I'm not really sure I want to spend the next two years pumping out unmotivated scripts for a portfolio. I'm considering withdrawing from the program and transferring somewhere else to double major in polisci and film. I’ve noticed that the scripts I write that really make an impact on people are always written when I’m not forcing an idea, and when I’m inspired by something that isn’t a deadline. I still really want to be a screenwriter, but I’m conflicted about whether or not I should stay in UNCSA’s film school. Should I take the risk of studying elsewhere and giving myself more time and experience to write stories that really matter to me? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!