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Joint Majors in Economics and Computer Science?

walkmanchowalkmancho Posts: 26Registered User New Member
edited May 2011 in Business Major
Hey! A couple of days ago I was thinking if there was a major that could bring together my biggest two passions, computer and economics. Browsing cc i found that NYU offers a joint program of Econ and CS. So, I wanna know how do these programs work? And after graduating what can I do with it. I am mostly interested in the international aspect of economics, and since I am an immigrant and I speak three major languages already; i think i have some potential to be exploded there.

Thank you!
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Replies to: Joint Majors in Economics and Computer Science?

  • Inmotion12Inmotion12 Posts: 1,042Registered User Senior Member
    That was actually my intended double major at one time, until I realized just how much a committment the CS major actually was and that I didn't want to be in front of a computer my whole life. I think it's a terrific idea, especially if you have a love for both subjects. Those degrees would make you very marketable for a ton of jobs, and good paying ones at that and you will come out of college with a very analytical, problem-solving, strong decision-making mind, which will likely lead to success.
  • venacava3venacava3 Posts: 3Registered User New Member
    Sorry this is late but I am also looking into combining CS and Econ and was wondering if there were any other good colleges that would allow me to do so!
  • EngineerjwEngineerjw Posts: 1,136Registered User Senior Member
    It seems like the double major would be good for quant. i-banking.
  • willpostforfoodwillpostforfood Posts: 26Registered User New Member
    bump bump bump
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