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Finance or Supply Chain Management double major with Econ

spartan52491spartan52491 Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
edited September 2011 in Business Major
I am currently a third year Economics major and have decided to double major. The school I attend has a decently prestigious undergraduate business program that I have been accepted into and now I am deciding which business major to go for. My school is ranked number 1 in the nation in Supply Chain Management and T25 in Finance. I have about an equal interest in both. Which major, with Economics, do you think would offer more (and better paying) career options upon graduation, and would ultimately be more advantageous on a law school application in the distant future? I have about a 3.5 cumgpa.
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Replies to: Finance or Supply Chain Management double major with Econ

  • DreburdenDreburden Registered User Posts: 297 Junior Member
    I think Supply Chain Management would provide you with more employment opportunities upon graduation, but if you are looking to go straight to law school afterwards, it does not matter. However, since you are attending the top ranked program for SCM, I think you should take advantage of it.
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