So, I am a business administration major with a concentration in marketing (if you are thinking about joining the school of Business, your major is always business administration and your "major" is your concentration which would be marketing, finance, international business, ect.). My classes are well balanced. There are the really challenging classes like business law, accounting, and finance; but then my major classes and classes like production and operations management were really cool. I loved taking managerial economics and honestly, I'm really Geeked to enter the business world and put a lot of the things I have learned to the test. Even though I'm still going to be in the radio and entertainment industry, I can confidently say that my bachelors degree in addition to everything else that I've learned on campus will allow me to compete with these fortune 500 companies once a couple of my ideas flourish.
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