I did an Bachelor of Arts. Why? As it offered the widest variety of course available. I focused on Industrial Relations and Political Science as my majors and they were and still are directly related to my work as I am a public servant. Fact is the humanities is often the field that looks at things like critical thinking, ethics etc, things many science, engineering and economic degrees hardly ever study. If you want a moral vacuum amongst uni graduates just concentrate on "STEM". Also leaving it up to governments to work out which "technology" courses are the right way to go? Yeah that's always worked in the past eh?