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Math at Northeastern

InsertwordhereInsertwordhere Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
edited March 2011 in Northeastern University
Hey guys,
I got accepted into Northeastern, Boston College, and Carnegie Mellon (among others, but these are my top choices). I think I want to be a math major, which would work well at Carnegie Mellon, but I like the social atmosphere of Northeastern better. Is Northeastern a good choice for math? I know it is recognized as a strong graduate math school, but I'm not so sure about undergrad. If anyone could help, that'd be great.
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