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Double major for buissness?

jrhungerjrhunger Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
edited May 2010 in Business Major
Hey, I am looking at either going into law school or business school after college. I am really interested in both math & classics, I was wondering if that double major makes me a good candidate for either school. I know that Math/Classics is going to take a lot of work, but I'm okay with that, I just want to know if it will make me a competitive candidate.

thanks
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Replies to: Double major for buissness?

  • curiousbschoolcuriousbschool Registered User Posts: 21 New Member
    I would think that Classics would help you with law school, and math would help you with business school. Maybe accounting or finance instead of math would be a more concentrated field, but I think that combination will make you a competitive candidate. Of course, your GPA needs to be competitive as well.
  • Inmotion12Inmotion12 Registered User Posts: 1,042 Senior Member
    I believe math and classics would make you a competitive candidate, but you should ask a graduate admissions counselor.
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