Lane, You might consider a Hort Major and maybe a Minor in business if you ware wanting to get a degree in both. I had 1/2 dozen classes in the school of business in my degree program anyways. I should of looked into a minor. I probably only lacked 3-6 hours from getting a minor. I would recommend the Hort Major because if you do decide to work for a municipality, golf course, sports field or maybe a large landscaping company. They would consider you with the Hort major. If you are going to strictly be an entrepreneur, doesn't really matter all that much. I will say that I graduated with 12 other Hort majors the semester I graduated... All of us had jobs lined up to go to on Monday after we walked the stage on Saturday. A few of us had already started. I know of quite a few business majors that are still waiting on their break into the entry level positions of their desired careers. Business degrees are valuable, but in a soft economy those jobs are hard to come by if you do have to look for employment somewhere other than yourself. Hort majors are in high demand.