I am a freshman at the University of Michigan.
I am deciding to major in Econ, but I am wondering if just having the minimum required Calc 1 course taken and taking more qualitative classes in the major would be sufficient enough. I'm not too good at Calculus and I don't hate math, but I am only good at Algebra and basic Calculus as I recently found out while taking Calc 1..(decent, not even good). And I know that I may have to get a Masters Degree if I major in Econ in undergrad, but it seems like the best choice for me, like middle of the road in between no math and super math-intensive like engineering. I want to go to Ross (business school) for accounting or something less math intensive, but I may not be able to get in.
So, will it be safe to avoid some quantitative classes as an Econ major? Like at UOfM, for Econ major, I can take the basics STATS and ECON econometrics and stats class rather than the intermediate or even harder classes.
EDIT: I am also going to minor in History.