QUOTE(glnflwrs @ Feb 2 2007, 07:12 PM) [snapback]112628[/snapback]
Science, literature, ancient love songs of the Incas, ....
Dude...I loved that class. I also took the class that had us singing Gaelic love songs in Russian whilst standing in our underwear in the rain wearing toilet covers on our heads...
Wait...that was something totally different.
I've seen that it's not so much what you study, but how you do in what you study. Business classes are wonderful if you are interested in business...but it doesn't necessarily "help" you in the aviation world. If you want a bit of a leg-up, go science...it's the idea of the science that can help you do well in those "pilot" things. Physiology, Puh-sychology, meteorology (especially good to know) are all subjects that relate to Aviation. But then, I majored in Genetics (which has nothing to do with flying) and have had a rather good go within the aviation world. Then there's math...math, math, math...math. I'm sick to death of math...but I did as much as I could, and did as well as I was able. I did well in school, and that's what helped me more than what I studied.
Take something that you will enjoy, and that you can do very well in. Dedicate yourself to good grades and placing yourself in a position to succeed. You're already headed in the right direction.
Best of luck.