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VIBBXXVIBBXX Registered User Posts: 25 New Member
Is Carnegie Mellon a good choice for me if I want to major in economics (more focus on the quantitative part)?

Objective answers appreciated!

Replies to: Economics

  • ShoshonteShoshonte Registered User Posts: 70 Junior Member
    I would contact the Quantitative Scholars program and talk with them. My son is a freshman in the QSSS and will be combining Economics with Statistics and Computer Science, as well as a language minor.

    As the name suggest, very strong on the quantitative side.

    BTW. He loves the school.

    http://www.hss.cmu.edu/qsss/contact.html

  • merc81merc81 Registered User Posts: 7,308 Senior Member
    These analyses evaluate departments by faculty scholarship in economics: "US Economics Departments"; "Economics Departments at Liberal Arts Colleges" (from IDEAS, available online).
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