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I'm graduating soon with a Bachelor's in Software Engineering, however during the course of getting my degree I decided I do not want to be a programmer.
I minored in Business Management and really enjoyed that, particularly the management side of psychology and the basics of the processes involved with restructuring a business, but don't really want to throw away my programming degree either.
Is there a field for someone with a Software Engineering degree who wants to get into business management instead of programming? I'd like to combine my knowledge of making software with some kind of business process oriented work. How should I go about changing to this field?
Is this possible without going back to school?
Overview of courses I took: Java, C++, OO design; UML design; Concurrency; Algorithms; Systems Programming; Web technologies; OpenGL; some math courses; two mandatory internships in the field. Some other minor stuff and electives like AI; Quality Assurance and psychology. These were combined with lots of projects to get a taste of the process of software engineering, each had it's own theme in terms of methodology used. (Waterfall, RUP, Agile, etc.)