Hi Deborah - This is a great question, today in business the needs are changing. I majored in business myself, with a focus on marketing. After working for the past 20+ years, I've found that one continues to be a student and there are learning opportunities if you look for them. Companies have needs around all business functions" accounting, sales, finance, marketing, etc. There are no business majors at some schools around analytics. Analytics is a fast emerging segment to enable businesses to see trends in how their customers buy or why they buy. Why not pick one major that interests you the most and then get internships that enable you to learn about all functions of the business. In the end, the wider your knowledge about how a business operates the greater value you can bring to an organization, a non profit, or your own company. The strongest employee's and candidates are ones that can create value to a company.