Hi all -- I'm currently going to be a junior this fall majoring in Electrical Engineering. I will graduate in 2009. I have a question regarding my future career path, maybe some of you know some answers: 1) Should I take some business courses during my undergraduate years? How essential is this? This upcoming semester, I have one math course that I already took, so that's out of the way (Calculus III). I have room for another course I can fill in there. I opted to register for Digital Systems Design for the free spot. Should I take that course or some business/accounting course? 2) Will some of the courses I take during my UG college years really affect my chance of admission into a busines school? I plan to work for about 2-3 years as an engineer, then apply to business school. I know that it highly depends on your GMAT scores, UG GPA, leadership positions/experience (which I have a lot of during my UG years). I'm just not sure if taking 1 or 2 business courses will really help. 3) I will have a few internship experiences before I get a job fulltime after graduate. Right now, I'm an intern for an aviation company, in the systems engineering field. I just applied to IBM for a systems engineering job for a co-op throughout the school year, so hopefully I'll get that. And for the upcoming summer, I plan to get an internship related to EE work. Now, is having too many internships with different companies detrimental? I want to work and get a sampling of a lot of the fields out there right now. I've already got aviation under my belt, hopefully IBM will call back, and a few other fields. Thanks!