Originally Posted by RSS
I would agree.
BTW when hiring ... I never simply looked for the most qualified ... but for that person who was both qualified and well rounded. I have to like and enjoy the company of those in my firm ... otherwise it's just not worth it.
I 100% agree it's important to be a well-rounded person. However, taking an extra lit class will not help you get hired. If you want to show your interviewer you're a well-rounded person, do it through unique extra-curriculars, volunteering, and hobbies.
It's hard to recommend a class without knowing exactly what the OP wants to do, the types of classes and quality being offered, and his current skill set. That being said, if the OP wants to work in finance, VBA will be super helpful. I was able to immediately add value as an intern because I could program macros. For what it's worth, I just graduated as an engineer and will be starting full time as a trader next month.