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I am an international student attending a university in Indiana.
I am junior now, and will start taking major classes at Fall 2013.
My major is finance, and I would like to be trader or work in a field related to investments like stocks market (not necessarily investment banking).
I would also like to work as a consultant too.
After the undergraduate degree, I might extend my study one more year to get the MS in Information Systems.
I have two types of question.
First, to pair up with MS in Information Systems, what would be an ideal undergraduate major be? Majors in my business school includes Accounting, business economics, finance, management, marketing, operation management, supply chain, information and process management, etc.
Second, to be a trader, does finance undergrad major with ms in information systems sound like a good match? Or business economics+MS in Information Systems sounds good too?