That's the beautiful thing about getting a formal education from an accredited program. I had to take chemistry, physics, algebra, art history, history of photography, not to mention all of those photography classes as well as business/marketing....
I see things haven't changed much, our program requires all those classes as well. I've come to love any Art form more and more after taking Art History classes, etc.
My color theory class was the last class taught in a non-digital manner, so some things are changing. (BTW, I was glad to take it when it was taught the traditional way with mixing paint, it was fun!)
We do still have a film class, I loved that class and if I could I'd take it again (the assignments were pretty loose other classes are more specific in what the assignments require).
The networking one can do at school is excellent, most graduates keep in touch with our teacher and he brings them in, or we go visit and they talk about their work etc.. Also that's how I got into Assisting, (and some of my friend's too) lots of Graduates have contacted our teacher and asked for Assistants.