What a shallow way to decide your future >>>>>
Since when does a course have to be "fun " How about the affect on your future work life ?
You do understand that, regardless of what courses you take, when you graduate , you will be in competition with hundreds of others that have also "just graduated " ? So what special things will YOU be able to offer a potential employer ?
My point is that any recent grad is a "new born baby" as far as an employer is concerned, and your first year will rarely see you produce much actual "work " that is of any great value. University grads usually need to learn how to actually work , in the real world, with firm deadlines and lots of overtime hours. Having the luxury of two weeks to hand in a paper will not be found in the world of business.
University is about learning to think, and how gather facts. The real world of work is based on high performance and the ability to work under pressure, with nil errors.
Jim B. Toronto.