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ACC195ACC195 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
edited August 2013 in Business Major
I'm interested in taking business/economics in college and two of my top schools are Richmond and Colgate. I know colgate is a better school but they don't have an undergrad business program, whereas Richmond does. So Business school at Richmond vs economics major at Colgate. Who ya got?

Ps. I'm interested in going to graduate business school after college.
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  • dkil1031dkil1031 Registered User Posts: 63 Junior Member
    If you're set on getting an MBA then getting a Bachelors degree in Business might not be so essential. I would apply to both and give consideration to all each school has to offer in terms of networking, job recruiting, career options, etc. In the end it's your choice. Both are great programs.
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