Mela, this is my area because I'm a Business and Computing Graduate.
We do have our share of programming but as the others say, there are no algorithms or theories to learn. Just how you code but we can become Programmers because I've got colleagues of mine who are programmers. But the programmers we become are more business minded rather than scientific.
If you told me to join a project team where they're developing an accounting web solution using .NET, I'm more than capable to do the job. But a lot of the experience of programming needs to come from you.
Other jobs can be like what fdylan said, Business Analysts. Some vacancies that I found that where specifically for Business and Computing students that I got were:
- Junior SAP Consultants
- Information Managament Systems Officer
Somehow, companies really like us for Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
I know that there usually is an occupation at PriceWaterHouseCoopers that is specifically for Business and Computing students also.
But as to show you also that we're not limited for development, I was also asked to go for interviews at RS2 and Exigy. But instead I went for Web Designer and very happy where I am for now