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which degree?

nor911manor911ma Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
Which degree will impress employees more, a bachelor of business science in economics and strategic management or a bcom in economics and stats

Replies to: which degree?

  • nor911manor911ma Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    Can someone answe already. Please
  • DmitriRDmitriR Registered User Posts: 838 Member
    They all sound the same to me. The name of the major is less important than the curriculum that it represents as well as the reputation of the conferring school. For what it's worth though, statistics are fairly important in business analytics which is a growing field that is always in demand right now. Economics is also very important since it is the language of business and having a good foundation in economics is important not just for working but for general day-to-day existence. You might not use econometrics in your life but just understanding the fundamentals is pretty useful.
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