I suggest working backwards, by first defining how you would like to earn your living. Then, find some people who are doing that and ask them what their degree is, where they obtained it, how long it took, etc. By the time you enroll, you will know your goal, how long it will take, and what you will do when you graduate. In that way, you'll know how to gear your education and be ahead of most who attend college.
You would be better off getting an economics degree, if that is offered by your college.
General studies can't be used for much, except those jobs that just require a degree to prove that you're not dumb and can discipline yourself enough to finish 4 years (or more). If that college doesn't have a business "track" or major, it's very unusual for an American school. You need a different college.
Economics is important, but there are lots of topics it won't cover that a business degree will. Does what you want to do need those courses, that training?
Hello. I would not get something that is so 'general'. I got my associates in Business Administration, and even it is too general. I have not quite learned enough about anything enough to get a job, because it is such a broad category. Try to get into something more specialized.
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