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Business Administration and Accounting double major

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  • arc918arc918 708 replies30 threads Member
    Sounds like a reasonable approach. Once you start taking your core business classes, you'll be in a better position to decide where to focus. Good luck!
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  • DmitriRDmitriR 838 replies0 threads Member
    edited October 2014
    I agree, there's nothing wrong with that.

    The only concern that I might have is that many states have specific course requirements to be eligible to sit for your CPA (ie a certain number of hours of business law, a certain number of hours of tax, etc.) If she thinks that she might want a CPA later on, I would just recommend reviewing the accounting minor curriculum to make sure it covers at least some of those requirements if they exist. If they don't, she may end up considering an MS, MA, or M.Acc program to fill up those requirements.

    None of that would be bad or unusual though, so I wouldn't really worry about it too much either way especially since she hasn't made her decision yet. It sounds like she is in a great place with her decision, as are you.
    edited October 2014
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