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business courses

ilovebusinessilovebusiness - Posts: 263 Junior Member
edited March 2007 in Business Major
what classes should i take in hs senior yr so i won't have to take them again in college for business, what classes do yall recommend or what classes r usually required for finance or accounting. I'm gonna be doing cal BC, Economics Ap, what other ap courses should i take??

Replies to: business courses

  • stoneimmaculatestoneimmaculate - Posts: 619 Member
    Economics, and calculus would be very useful as most good business schools require at least one calculus class and every school requires econ. I honestly wouldn't worry that much unless only want to graduate in 3 years, which I have never heard of at the top business schools. Not saying it doesn't happen just that I haven't heard of it.

    Be a GPA whore and get as many EC's as you can, don't worry about having to take classes over; the way it is taught in college is much different and you will find that the same class you took in high school is virtually worthless.
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