I'm currently finishing up my third semester in Civil Engineering. Recently a couple of my friends switched from standard "Civil Engineering" to "Civil Engineering with Concentration in Management" So this got me thinking if I should switch.. If i switch, I would not be taking Thermodynamics/Heat Transfer & Mathematical Methods (Laplace , Fourier & PDE) Instead I will be taking courses on intro accounting, management accounting, Organizational Behavior, Organization Theory & Managing Change. My main concern is that I don't know about the implications of not taking Thermo and PDE/Fourier/Laplace courses. What I like about switching is that I will learn about accounting/management etc which I think are really useful and applicable to real life. Also, I would have to take three art electives if i don't switch :(. Also I would improve my communication skills and it would possibly look better on my resume? What do you guys think?