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Undergrad business?

APineiroAPineiro Registered User Posts: 133 Junior Member
edited December 2009 in Northwestern University
Im finishing the application, and I dont see any options for like pre busness as my major.. do I put economics, in the WCAS? Cuz Kellogg's for grad, so thats ot an option obviously lol
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Replies to: Undergrad business?

  • AlluricAlluric Registered User Posts: 291 Junior Member
    There is no undergrad business, but the school does offer a certificate in finance for the Kellogg school but you don't apply for that until later when you're accepted.
  • yummymangoyummymango Registered User Posts: 490 Member
    If you're really looking into business for grad school, I would apply as an economics major (WCAS) first, and then, apply for MMSS (which is part of WCAS) later. The apps for MMSS are due in March, but you first have to get accepted by Northwestern before you can apply for the program.
  • APineiroAPineiro Registered User Posts: 133 Junior Member
    ^^
    thanks thats what i wanted to know lol
  • Sam LeeSam Lee Registered User Posts: 9,449 Senior Member
    just apply for econ for now. there are actually tons of biz related courses (look at the sticky thread) but you can worry about figuring them out after you get accepted.
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