That's what my parents are thinking. As long as I have a degree in something I will be better off when it comes to getting a job, even if it's not related to your degree. It shows that you can stick with something and work to finish it.
I think taking classes gives you hands on experience. Most of the class descriptions I've read say that you do a lot of hands on stuff. Plus all of them require some kind of internship which gets you experience and could open up some doors for jobs after graduation. This is what I want to do so I can figure out a way to make it useful in whatever I do.
I started applying to one of the schools last night. I had to stop though because they wanted my SAT scores and I have no clue where to find them. Plus I took the old one and the new one and I don't know which I scored higher on. I forgot how frustrating applying to college can be.