Unless you want to pursue a PhD, you should learn as much as you can outside of the classroom.
Don’t let college get in the way of your education
I went off to college with the hopes of being taught something. I can honestly say the economics I have learned could have been learned from a close reading of the Freakonomics series and books by Malcolm Gladwell, and the statistical programs I learned from my coursework, I could have learned from YouTube.
I applied myself to my schoolwork, but I did not get that much in return. I needed college for the status of being a college graduate with a good GPA. Probably, you will need college for the same reason, too.
Because colleges are unwilling or unable to teach most of you, I urge you to learn outside of the classroom through work and leadership experiences.