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I'm an incoming freshman planning on majoring in Econ as my primary major, but I'm also genuinely interested in Int'l Studies or, more recently, Urban Studies, after having read the program description actually. I'm not quite decided on what I'd like to do after college; consulting would be an option with an Econ and Int'l/Urban studies background, but I'm also considering working for international NGO.
I'm not so sure on how an "adjunct" major is perceived by employers and recruiters, and I'm also pretty clueless on where these programs stand in terms of reputation and quality.
So, are any of you in the Urban or Int'l Studies programs?
Do you happen to know someone in either of the two programs?
If so, could you let me know what you've heard about these programs?
Having been on these boards for a while, I know these programs aren't topics that are brought up on a usual basis as opposed to popular programs like MMSS and IEMS, but if you know anything, I'd appreciate your feedback.