hmm ... yes, I am a parent ... and your brother is a pretty smart kid!
<p>Well my Econ major is through the business school so I really only have 12 credits of free electives, 6 of which have already been filled through my AP credit if I so choose to use them. All of my other courses will be core business classes and Econ classes. </p>
<p>I was thinking about pursuing a math minor just to stay mentally sharp and because I have some sort of interest in math for whatever reason, but at the same time I feel like it would be kinda pointless because I really don't see myself pursuing graduate studies in economics or really any field for that matter, at least not at this point in time, and pursuing a math minor would put me a little behind on the 3 year graduation track. About a semester behind actually. And of course could potentially hurt my GPA. If I do continue to pursue the minor and then ultimately decide I want to graduate a year early, I'd probably end up doing a summer semester. </p>
<p>On the other hand, I could just not pursue a math minor and easily graduate in 3 years. </p>
<p>I'm taking Calc 2 this fall semester, which should about fill up all my free electives besides 2 credits, so I guess I still have a semester to figure that out.</p>
<p>As for the social side, I am definitely very social. I was a partier in high school, probably a little too much of one, and intend on joining a fraternity. However, I have definitely grown out of the whole party thing a bit when I think most or at least many kids are just getting into the scene and will get much more of a rush out of it than I ever will again. Yes, I am aware that there are other parts of a social life such as clubs and just friends and what not, but I'm just pointing out a major part of the college social life. </p>
<p>I guess I'm just second guessing myself now because in a couple days I'll be able to go online and change my classes again if I so choose..</p>