i am confused about the course to study in college.i love to do business courses but i dont no which one to choose.please take one of the business courses and explain the reason why u chose that course.thank you.
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Ask to talk to some students who have already gone through the program you are in. Maybe they have some ideas that you haven't thought about. Also, talk to counselors, teachers, professors, and current business people in the community to enhance your research. I wish I had interviewed more professionals before or during college. I think I was too shy at the time and didn't want to interrupt their day, but now I think that people would be very willing, if not flattered, to take the time to give a little advice from their personal experience. Think of your neighbors or your parents' friends and see who has an interesting job in business that would take a few minutes to talk or email with you. It's worth asking around because this is your life and you don't want to spend money on classes that won't work for what you want. On the other hand, even if a class isn't what you eventually need, it can be a learning experience to help you know what you don't want.
Intro to business courses are important, as are economics courses, both macro and micro. But as others have said, the place to start, as it is really with any discipline, is with a survey course. You can use it to get a handle on the basics, as well as figure out whether it is something you want to pursue.
I think that a general introduction to business, or a business survey class, would be a good place to start. This way you will get exposure to all elements of business, including marketing, management, organizational theory and entrepreneurship. If you like one of those topics, it is a good class to continue with!
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