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PLEASE HELP

undecided12345undecided12345 Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
Okay so I will get my associates degree (AS) in business administration after this semester (December), in the spring I have been accepted into the business schools at Penn state, Rutgers and Maryland. I have been researching a lot on what to major in but I really have no clue because every website has given me different answers, hopefully the answers to this thread will be similar so I am not overwhelmed. I am wondering which major in the business field will help me the most to land a good job. Which major has the most growth and best projected income?
At my community college I have gotten pretty much the same grades in all my classes so I don't have a preference. Everything to me is "meh" so I will just do the major that will get me the most money. Only thing is I am not that good at advanced mathematics but I can get used to it if I just put in more time.
Also in your opinion which is the better school for business? (penn state, rutgers and maryland?) I live in NJ so Rutgers will be cheaper but since I only have 2 years of education left I can afford to go to any of these schools.

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