If I like working with Excel and numbers...

<p>What would be a good major for me?</p>

<p>arabic studies</p>

<p>Art history.</p>

<p>We got a bunch of comedians here, don't we?</p>

<p>More like we have someone who is incredibly vague and refuses to search the forum for questions already answered.</p>

<p>Have you considered majoring in horticultural and turfgrass sciences?</p>


<p>Nah, I think Crop and Soil Sciences at Cornell would be more in line with what it is he wants to do.</p>

<p>Okay, a real answer--Accounting, Finance, and Investment Banking. (Financial analyst and CPA come immediately to mind)</p>

<p>Possibly actuarial science (pay is great here and hours aren't as long and it is not as crowded as the other fields). But passing these tests are a real chore.</p>

<p>Also, a statistician would apply--work for any of the US governmental agencies like Labor, Health and Human Resources, Agriculture, Energy, etc.</p>

<p>Investment banking is finance, and investment banking is an industry. There are like 80 job titles that could be under the umbrella of an investment bank, and maybe 5 of them involve serious analytical work.</p>

<p>Yeah, I know--but I'm not in the mood to list all 80--so like you said--let the OP do a bit of the follow-up work.</p>