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BBA vs Math/Econ Major

zkevinzkevin Registered User Posts: 960 Member
edited May 2007 in Business School - MBA
So, let's pretend I'm interested in eventually obtaining a MBA (possibly law though). For my undergrad studies, should I work on obtaining MBA or major in math/econ (or perhaps dual-major)? Basically, will a BBA be more helpful in obtaining good internships/work experience that I'll probably need in order to eventually get into a good MBA program, or should I choose a major in math/econ?
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Replies to: BBA vs Math/Econ Major

  • zkevinzkevin Registered User Posts: 960 Member
    44 views and nothing? :(
  • ldf4cldf4c Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
    If it were me and I had no die hard interest in finance or anything that makes up the Business Administration program, I'd pick the Math/Econ route. I'd think that the Math/Econ route would open up more doors as far as internships and jobs are concerned.

    If you were going to a target school and investment banking was of interest to you, I'd pick a major that you enjoy in order to earn a high GPA.
  • dcfcadcfca Registered User Posts: 1,552 Senior Member
    go to which ever major provides better recruiting on campus. chances are recruiters will have a preference. if they don't, then do what ever you like more.
  • gellinogellino Registered User Posts: 3,017 Senior Member
    I know in reviewing resumes I would consider a math/econ major much more impressive than a BBA.
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