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UCSB econ major vs SDSU business major?

hellocollege2hellocollege2 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
I am having an issue on which school I should transfer to after community college. I would like to see someone’s facts and experiences with these schools. My goal is to get an MBA at UCLA, but that will be after I have good work experiences.
I have come to understand that it’s a bit difficult finding a job with an economic degree, but would getting UCSB accounting/economic degree increase my chances at a job?
Would having a business degree at SDSU increase my chances of finding a better job than UCSB econ and/or accounting?
My passion is to work in the business of technology, mainly the phone business.
SDSU has somewhat of a good business program, but I would like to know how would SDSU help me and how strong are there alumni connections?
How would the location of both schools help me out overall career and education wise?
Overall, How would UCSB and SDSU improve my education and career, during my studies (internships and connection) and after graduation (don’t forget to include my plans of getting a MBA at UCLA).
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