Any good business classes to take to see if I really want to major in business?

<p>I'm currently a Viterbi student. This fall, I want to skip Chem BL (I got credits from AP Chem) to take another class (business) to see if I really want to major in Chemical Engineering or business. What business class should I take to see if I actually like business instead of engineering?</p>

<p>Maybe take buad 304 which is leading organizations and buad 307 is a marketing class. Either one would be good.</p>

<p>Is BUAD 310 a good choice? Because I don't think there is any more spot left for BUAD 304....:(</p>

<p>by the way, is BUAD 250 (Core Concept of ACcounting Information) a good choice? since it's one of the requirements for the B.S degree of Business Administration......</p>

<p>Do you know what you'd want to concentrate in if you were to major in business (ie finance, marketing, entrepreneurship, etc)? Although it's a general business degree, I'd choose something you're INTERESTED in as all the classes vary a lot.</p>

<p>If you don't care what class though, I truthfully would not recommend BUAD 304 or 310 to see "if you like it". BUAD 304 isn't very stimulating and is more of a memorization class. BUAD 310 is a statistics class. Both really aren't THAT interesting or relevant for anything you'd concentrate in.</p>

<p>I would stick with most likely 250a (or whatever the new intro accounting class is numbered) or 307 (Marketing). Both will fulfill a required business class and be a little more interesting, though 250a (or the equivalent) will require more work than 307.</p>

<p>^I'd want to concentrate in Business Administration. I actually want to take BUAD 250a. This class also fits perfectly into my schedule, but I still don't know if I should really register for this class. I haven't received any professional advisement from anyone yet. I already sent Marshall admission office an email, but they haven't replied yet.....</p>

<p>call the marshall advising office...not admission. now that you're a studnet you're pretty much done with admissions</p>

<p>^Actually I already sent an email to one of the academic advisors of Marshall, but then I received an email saying that I should contact the admission office :(</p>