<p>I'm trying to decide what my major should be in college.</p>
<p>My one and only goal is to make a LOT LOT LOT of money (I know a lot of kids say this, but I can't get money out of my head, so that's what I'm going for).</p>
<p>Here's what I was thinking:
Get a bachelor's in business at my current college (so far I have gone for two years and have a general AA)
Then go on to a university for a higher degree in business
Then get a job in business to eventually make a 6 figure salary</p>
<p>Then from there, once I have a steady career, I'd like to focus on making even more money, and (I know this sounds silly) I'd like to be a millionaire or even billionaire.
So I thought maybe once I was set in a career in business, I could do some sort of trading/investing or maybe start my own business or invent something awesome to start making the big bucks.</p>
<p>does any of this sound feasible?
If not, could you let me know what I could do differently?
Also, if I do go into a business major, what kind of business major should that be?
I know nothing about the different types (example: business administration, international business, management & organizational leadership...)</p>
<p>Is there any business major that doesn't involve a lot of math (if not, I can do math, I just don't particularly like it).</p>
<p>Also, some people suggested doing a "fun" major for the bachelor's and then get an MBA. Is that a good idea?
I'm just totally lost :(</p>