I am a Senior who has already submitted applications to four schools (MIT, Northeastern, University of Michigan + Ross, and UW). As I begin to finalize UC applications (I am a CA resident), I have started to put some more thought into what I really want to major in. I know I want to major in something that is math-heavy, but also has very apparent real-world applications (so not just mathematics or applied mathematics). Although major titles differ considerably at the schools that I am applying to, I have narrowed down my choices to economics or business administration (or something similar to those). Which of these do you think would be the better choice? (A little bit of background: I am a logical thinker who is very quantitatively-oriented and enjoys problem solving.) I understand that the "better choice" between these two majors may vary from school to school, so I am also curious to what extent the individual school should influence my choice of major. Essentially, I would like to know the pros and cons of majoring in either economics or business and what type of person/student would be best suited for each. Thank you for any help you can provide.