So, currently, I planned on minoring in just general Business (don't exactly know why I did that...). I know what kind of degree you have doesn't matter as much as experience does in UX but, for someone who wants to go into the UX field, what do you think would be a useful minor to have? I am probably going to stick with something that involves business because I have already taken a few business courses and don't want them to be a waste. So, saying that, are there any business-y minors that could be useful to UX Designers as well?
Marketing is actually really similar to UX and if they have a lot of group work that might be helpful. Management might be another useful one for the communication aspects.
Personally, I wouldn't bother with the minor at all, ESPECIALLY if you can graduate faster. Just take courses that are useful. Such as:
Design courses Sketching courses Public speaking/presenting courses Programing courses