BS in Plant and soil science w a specialization in Horticulture. I had done landscaping for 4 years in high school and felt this would give me knowledge on how to grow the dank and at the time was interested in starting an organic farm or landscape business. Started college thinking I’d be in microbiology, but I was a major slacker and didnt want to take on the math and advanced science courses required so switched my freshman year to PLSS bc the most advanced math was Algebra I and the extent of the science difficulty was organic chemistry. And the electives kicked ass- growing tree and small fruits, home gardening, landscape design, growing grapes and making wine, etc. I think I found the easiest degree possible at that school.
In hindsight, I’m still in a related field but a business minor or MBA wouldve really helped given how much my day to day now is dealt with the business side of the company I’m at. And no doubt legal too, but still super happy w where my degree has gotten me.