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I have been looking at a few majors over the past year and I want to go into accounting. I am currently an economics major with a business minor but I want to get a bachelors in accounting. However, accounting is a restricted elective and you have to complete the pre-requisites to apply into the business school. It will take me at least a year to complete the pre-requisites. I was wondering if it was a good idea to delay graduation by one year and take the pre-requisites for accounting. Do you think it would it be worth it in terms of job demand and salary versus just completing the BA in economics? Thank You!