Hey all. So it appears we are in the middle of add/drop week for classes and I find myself in a situation where I can't find one more class to fill my schedule that would help me with my major (computer engineering.) The reason being, the class conflicts with my work obligations. So I decided to start looking around for backwater classes.
We have an "engineering management" minor. Is it just me, or would you not hire someone with a minor in engineering management? Like, what are they, entitled now? Get to work, grunt. (I'm only half joking)
Apparently we also have a minor in "technical entrepreneurship", and it's supposed to provide skills involving writing business plans, understanding markets, etc. It's specifically for people with tech degrees. Would this kind of stuff be really useful information? Or should I just pick up "entrepreneurship for dummies"?