Let’s simplify and go with both are great schools (even if like @WWWard, I always choose private and being poor ha). But I don’t think that is as relevant here.
I think it is a choice between programs and not between schools. You got into WBB - that is a very elite, exlcusive club to be part of. As you know, it is a very specialized program that takes you around the world during your college years. People that do this are usually really passionate about it (nervous but excited). Your economics choice (why doesn’t UCLA have a true business program?!) is a an econ major set in a true 4 year college experience v. wordly business major. Not trying to argue value of econ v. business, but look at it in how it relates to you.
Did you apply to WBB because it was cool at the time, and now you are not sure or are nervous about it? Are you struggling with the idea of travel and the different kind of college experience that WBB is? If both were straight up business acceptances (let’s act like you were admitted to Marshall and UCLA had a business program) what would you pick?
Just trying to narrow down where your indecision lies. Is it the school or the program? If you can shed some light here, we may be able to direct you to some guidance/options at USC or UCLA.
USC Trojan Family is very real (another reason I like privates - they really do look out for their peeps). It opens doors, no question, it is amazingly valuable, I know this for a fact following the paths of many successful Trojans. Quality over the top internships have been a breeze to get for mine. People love to say yay UCLA, not sure how much they do for each other (not trying to jab here @10s4life, I really just don’t know about the alumni support, you could speak to this I’m sure).
It’s a great problem to have - both are excellent. Congrats on the choices, now just have to make one!