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I was wondering if it looks bad for employers and possibly grad schools if a person took longer than four years to complete their undergrad? I'm considering doing a double major in business (accounting/finance) and information systems, but doing it will take me longer than four years to graduate. I know that this is a good reason to take longer than four years to graduate, but does this carry any negative connotations?