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Ever since a young age, I've known I want to study business in college. However, I've been having a hard time trying to think of the right major. Ideally, I'd love to be managing/work for a theme park, hotel, or tech company (something dynamic and people-oriented)...however, I know that I would hate accounting, finance, economics or anything on Wall Street. Of course I'm going to need some experience with those things, but it's not what I want my career to be based around.
I've looked into possible business majors, and I'm still a tad confused. I like the idea of hospitality as a major, so that's definitely an option. What else? What exactly do the general "business management" or "business administration" majors found at so many schools entail, and would I be happy with the curriculum?