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CS and econ/business

tristatestudenttristatestudent Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
I'm interested in CS (I've taken a bunch of classes at my school), but I don't want to only concentrate on CS classes in college. I'm also interested in business and finance and that sort of thing, but don't see myself doing something like pure Wharton. I want to keep my options open going into college so I can do software engineering, or head towards a wall st path. What schools would be best for this. (note I have double legacy at Penn, so M&T maybe?) I thought I was set on U of C and MIT EA, but not so sure anymore. Thanks!

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