school and major

<p>Recently, I got into UCLA and UCSD. Still pending UC Berkeley.
I only applied to those 3 colleges. My parents like prestige and want a cheap college, so I only did those UCs.</p>

<p>For UCSD and chose economics. for UCLA I chose Business Economics. For Berkeley, I also chose Economics.</p>

<p>I don't know what exactly I should have chosen. To be honest, I'm completely lost on what I want my major to be. I definitely think I want to pursue something in the business world. </p>

<p>I might want to be a CPA/auditor and maybe move onto CFO of a corporation or something. I noticed that that schools I chose didn't even have a business school. Should I have chosen a college that did?</p>

<p>Also, I applied to Berkeley with a Economics degree. But I really want to go into Haas. But I was afraid to go in with a Pre-Bus, just in case I don't get in. I'm not the smartest kid on the block or do I have special talents. So, if I get into Berkeley, should I go? I sorta worry about flunking out... Is Berkeley Economics even good? </p>

<p>Also, I don't know if I got into Berkeley yet, but I did get into LA. So for LA, is economics even good? Or am I wasting my time? If so, I heard that changing majors isn't that hard... especially within the college of letters and science or something. So, am I well off or screwed. </p>

<p>I also got in for SD. How does SD compare to LA for business or whatever I need to do?</p>

<p>I never really thought about anything when applying. It has always just been get the GPA, do the community service/leadership, take the SAT, apply for UCs. And then now, I have to start thinking about what I really need... and I sorta need help. </p>

<p>So... any suggestions? Comments? Concerns? Comfort >_<?...</p>

<p>I think that economics would be great. UCLA, UCSD and UC B are all good schools. Either one of them will be a good choice.</p>

Is Berkeley Economics even good?


Yeah. You can't go wrong with Berkeley, all of their programs are good, and some of them are the best. Even if you change your mind Berkeley will have something there for you.</p>