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ucla vs. usc for business

uof???uof??? Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
edited November 2009 in California Colleges
I am a junior and have the grades/extracurriculars and money for both USC and UCLA. I want to major somewhere in business (most likely accounting or management). I would prefer to be done with a in 4 years but it seems that most at UCLA end up at Anderson. What are the possibilities if I major in biz-econ and minor in accounting as an undergrad vs. what I could do at USC undergrad? Also what are the advantages/disadvantages of grad school? I have the UCLA bias because I would prefer not to make my parents pay $30000 more a year. I know about Berkeley, too, but feel that it is too far away from me.
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