Deciding on what to major in... economics-finance-cs-math??

<p>It's still early on, and I'm not 100% dead set on anything yet, but I feel like I would like to do something in the finance world (HF/PE/IB, actuary, trading, consulting, Quant, etc). </p>

<p>I want to keep my options open after graduation, in case I end up not liking IB or find it an unable field- whatever the reason may be. </p>

<p>I am pretty strong academically, and I'm interesting in finance and economics (currently taking IB econ). I also like math, and I'm pretty good at math. I know that I definitely want to take several math courses in college (calc- multivariable, etc, maybe abstract algebra, etc). </p>

<p>My brother is majoring in Econ, but he only has to take 2 math classes, and I definitely want to take more than this. </p>

<p>Are there any combinations of majors/ minors that would allow me to pursue my interests, while still being desirable in the job market? </p>

<p>Finance major/ math minor?
econ major, math minor?
econ major, cs minor?
math-finance double major?</p>

<p>Or any other programs or combinations you can think of.</p>

<p>I don't want to seem like I'm asking a bunch of strangers to decide my major for me, but I'm not that knowledgeable in this regard. </p>

<p>Oh yeah, I know that certain fields (IB) don't really care about your major, just your GPA and the prestige of your college, so I'm definitely trying to get accepted into a top college, but I want to have a good major so that I have something to fall back on in case things don't work out (or that I have several paths to go down on after graduation).</p>

<p>Thank you !</p>