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Microeconomics in college. Even for a non-math type, it made a lot of sense. It taught me as much about human behavour as all my psych classes did. The professor also made it interesting.
I forgot about my public admin classes. I ended up taking classes on budgeting, HR and stuff administrators/directors need to know. The classes ended up coming in handy when I become a PD, tho you couldn't have told me that at the time. So a tip of the hat to my alma mater.

I'll second the Zucker classes. I went to one of this seminars when I first became a PD. I still have the books.

In HS, I was on the debate team, which has really come in handy. Debate taught me how to research, to organize my ideas and how to speak in public under a lot pressure.