Adrian, this is a good question but a very broad topic. The business industry is very complicated and diverse with many different branches like technology, accounting, legal compliance, international relations, sales, support, etc. etc. etc. It sounds like you are looking for ways to tailor your education so that you have the highest chance of getting a job when you graduate. If that is the case, I would recommend looking at this from a different angle. Trying to mold yourself to fit the job works only if you are passionate about the job in the first place. I recommend learning about yourself first. Get with your school counselors and see if they have access to some tools to evaluate your personality type and your strengths. I personally like the "Strength Finder 2.0" which is a book you can get on Amazon with an on line evaluation that identifies the things you are good at and also provides guidance on how to develop those strengths. Once you identify your strengths and or interests and determine if you are more suited for a front line sales job or a support role, you can be better prepared to make a decision about which track to pursue. It does no good to pursue numbers (accounting) if you don't like repetitive work or sales if you are a more reserved individual. Identify your strengths and interests first and then mold your education around those. You will be more successful is you go into a job interview excited about the new role because you like doing it than you will be going in just because you are trained but have no passion for the task. Good luck in your decisions and in the path you choose.