Wharton Dual Degree - or just additional classes?

<p>Hey I'm going to Wharton @UPenn...I want to do finance as my primary concentration but I also would like to double up in Entrepreneurship...Is it possible to double major or do you just take Entr. classes?? I wouldn't like to take more than the 5 required classes to get my degree because I'm an athlete and, well, time is scarce.</p>

<p>Wharton doesn’t have majors, but instead has 4-course concentrations. It’s fairly easy to have more than one concentration, and many–if not most–Wharton undergraduates do just that:</p>

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<p>You wouldn’t pursue dual degrees for that–dual degrees are pursued when you want separate degrees from two of Penn’s undergraduate schools, either through one of the coordinated dual-degree programs (Huntsman, M&T, etc.) or through your own individual course plan.</p>

<p>Right, it would not be a dual degree, just two concentrations. You don’t have to decide on your concentration(s) until the end of your soph. year so I’d start by taking the basic required classes and courses in your areas of interest and see where things lead. Congratulations…as an alum (years back) I can say Wharton and Penn in general is fantastic.</p>

<p>would having two concentrations increase the course load?</p>

<p>^ Not in most cases:</p>

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