econ or manecon for law school?
econ vs manecon
I'm really torn between the two majors. I'm assuming economics is leans more towards the theory of economics in a broader sense, whereas managerial economics is more related to, as the name suggests, management. ??? Or I could be completely wrong. haha. I'm also thinking about going to lawschool afterwards, but I want a solid major to fall back on just in case I decide not to/do not get accepted into law school. Does anyone have any suggestions as to which major I should take?
btw, if i do major in econ, I'll probably end up doublemajoring in econ and philosophy or bio. <- Any suggestions for that? haha.
Referring to the link posted in the "undergrad law" topic, economics placed significantly higher on the list compared to management majors. Or...would managerial economics more towards economics than management?