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Undecided.. help?

Curious92Curious92 Registered User Posts: 39 Junior Member
edited September 2011 in Business Major
I know I'm planning to major in business, but I can't figure out in what concentration. I'm tied inbetween the two of Finance and Information Systems. However, I do not know which one I like. I know Finance involves money and Information Systems involves technology/computers. Is there anyway to find out before transferring which one I'm more interested in? I'm also planning to pursue an MBA in the later future, is an MBA neccessary to be successful in these fields?
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Replies to: Undecided.. help?

  • Curious92Curious92 Registered User Posts: 39 Junior Member
    bumping this
  • ToshtemirovToshtemirov Registered User Posts: 653 Member
    If you are a freshman, then you have to stop worrying about your major. You will most likely change your major at least 3 times before you graduate. Concentrate on doing well in school, and take classes in both fields to determine your passion. Yet, the best way to find what is right for you is by getting a related internship, or at least by talking to people in those fields.
    You will need a MBA, if you want to get paid more than 100k. Though I'm not saying that it is impossible to do that with just a bachelors.
  • Curious92Curious92 Registered User Posts: 39 Junior Member
    Actually, i'm planning to transfer to a four year university as an incoming junior. Alright, Should I start looking to intern as soon as I get accepted into the school?
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