Are high grades given in fewer numbers in the undergrad business classes compared to the undergrad econ classes at USC? In other words, for a normal student would an econ major or a business major be more busy?
In general, do Marshall students earn a higher salary than econ majors at USC, given the same grades, ECs, etc?
Business is largely seen as a practical degree, and holds arguably less weight than an economics degree. But given Marshall's reputation, does this not hold true for USC students?