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Econ/Math joint major + International Study + BBA = possible??

blackniblackni Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
edited October 2010 in Emory University
I am a freshman right now and I am concerning Econ/Math joint major + International Study + BBA. I know that we can only have two concentrations (2 majors, or 1 major+1 minor), but isn't this limitation only applies to the students in Arts&Science College? If I go to Goizueta, isn't it like going to a separate college? If so, am I allowed to have two concentrations from college (I think IS + Math minor is more achievable), AND a BBA degree?

Thanks
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Replies to: Econ/Math joint major + International Study + BBA = possible??

  • doryphorusdoryphorus Registered User Posts: 174 Junior Member
    I doubt you can do that.

    The econ/math degree doesn't have all that much value as a degree. You can just say I took, CS170, multivariable calculus, linear algebra, micro and macro theory, etc. on your resume
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