Chris made some good points. If you're interested in business it may have made more sense to get an Information Systems Management degree, it's a lot more business focused. But you could always get a Master's in that later on down the road if you were interested.
For right now though, your first priority is to get a job and get some experience. After you've been in the field for a couple years you will get a much better idea of the different carrer paths available. And with that experience you will have an easier time moving into a new area.
Project Management may be a good fit for you. You get to deal with the business end of things more than the technical end. Things like budgets, staffing, equipment purchase, meeting deadlines, etc. But you need to have the technical background before you can move into that type of role. If you'd like to read more about it you can do so here http://www.pmi.org PMI.org gives a good background into Project Management as well as the certifications you can attain.
Hope that helps. Good luck in whatever you decide.