Believe me, my first 2-3 years of university were boring because I was self taught from the age of 14. It wasn't until the 400 series classes that things got interesting and new (and fun!)
That's why I ended up doing my B.S. in math and statistics instead of C.S. I'm still not sure that was the right decision in terms of impressing HR people afterward, but at least most of the stuff I learned was new to me, not to mention useful for areas like machine learning which straddle C.S. and stat.
Alternatively, aim for a society where your future employers have as much dirty laundry on the internet as you do. This gets easier with constant surveillance.
Let those without sin throw the first stone, etc...
I hereby proclaim this to be Sasayaki's law.
Sorry, but Muphry already took it.
Instead, Sasayaki's law could refer to incidences where one names a law after oneself only to find that it already has a name.
Digital circuits are made from analog parts. -- Don Vonada