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Business .......Engineering......

AvonTAvonT Registered User Posts: 100 Junior Member
edited May 2005 in Business Major
I want to know if i want to be a broker, like stock broker. Can I major in engineering? Or i must major in finance or accounting?
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Replies to: Business .......Engineering......

  • gio2005gio2005 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    which course should someone with a 3 year engineering degree/diploma gained at a college in europe embark on after graduating?

    what about following it with a 4/5 year business degree?

    any suggestions for someone who can get through the engineering course but isnt sure about whether engineering is right for him?
  • An0nym0u5An0nym0u5 Registered User Posts: 1,661 Senior Member
    yes you can major in engineering. princeton had a panel of alums and one person from the class of 2000 was a mechanical engineering major, and is currently working for morgan stanley. any math-related major is good for an i-bank, as long as you have people skills. youll be sent off to a business school for an MBA after a couple years anyway.

    lol actually im in the same dilemma at princeton. ill be on the engineering track for at least first semester, cuz its easier to switch from engineering to econ than the other way around. i feel i just may simply enjoy economics more.
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