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Statistics-Wharton Concentration vs. Arts & Sciences Minor

AmazhonAmazhon Registered User Posts: 558 Member
Hi. My D is interested in a Statistics major with a minor in Psychology. Her long-term goals are to either pursue a MD/PhD or a PhD and teach and possibly law school. (Sorry she's a junior so she's still working out her dreams.) She loves Stats and Psychology, both of which she's taking this year, but she's been in a MD/PhD development program since sixth grade. We've started visiting schools and Penn does not offer a Statistics major but has a variety of options for a minor or concentration including a dual degree with Wharton. Any suggestions on the best route based on her interests. Thanks so much. We visit in a couple of weeks.
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