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Business school question

nosilanosila Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
can one major in accountancy and dual major in finance?

basically, can someone major in accounting and finance?
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Replies to: Business school question

  • SerendipityRingSerendipityRing Registered User Posts: 170 Junior Member
    Yes... The way it works is that all the business students have to take the core business classes. Then, to major in one of the majors, you take a certain number of those classes. Whether you can major in both and still graduate in 4 years is depends on you -- do you have AP credits coming in? Will you be taking summer classes at another school? Are you dead set on using up your electives on non-business classe? etc. It's doable, but you'd have to figure out your schedule accordingly.
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