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Hi, I have just started my CIMA but am also interested in pursuing a double major in economics and political science. Unlike like you, however, I really love economics and was considering doing a minor in political science. What advice or suggestions do you have about this?

Hi, I have just started my CIMA but am also interested in pursuing a double major in economics and political science. Unlike like you, however, I really love economics and was considering doing a minor in political science. What advice or suggestions do you have about this?

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bus econ is the most popular major at ucsb. many students come into ucsb as bus econ majors. many more change into it after they realize they can’t hack it in engineering or biology. it is fairly competitive by ucsb standards, but a joke compared to ucla econ/accounting courses

Political science is pretty quantitative; they use large-scale surveys, but some political scientists are beginning to use experiments, and I’m sure some political scientists use interviews too. Sociology is super interesting – it was what my major was before I changed it to psychology.

UChicago has more good options that are "adjacent" to Econ – History, Sociology, Political Economy, Public Policy (maybe tied with Penn’s Annenberg) and even CWIB (but Wharton would be better for business), Math. Penn probably has edge in non-profit, marketing, business as "econ-adjacent" options.

For law school, the only thing that matters if GPA and LSAT score. FWIW, a 3.8 in Political Science looks a lot better than a 3.7 in Economics. Law schools do not care if your on major is "harder" than another; the exception is if you are a hard science major, like Engineering or Biochemistry or Physics or something like that.

And on another note, I am happy with the accounting minor. But. this is just me, but in hindsight, I wouldn’t have gone into the bizecon major. You can PM me if you want more info on that.

@majorvision: Well, salary-wise, among people with a batchelor’s degree (and nothing else), this is the ranking of average earnings by major (this is according to a big fat book I read, published a couple years ago): 1. chemical engineering 2. another engineering field (forgot which one) 3. physics 4-6. engineering fields 7. economics 8-10 (or so). engineering fields

If you enjoy international economics, political science would be a good minor. International Political Economy, a subfield of political science, is rising in prominence.

Fordham University ED/EA class of 2022 _nilla_wafer_ Registered User Posts: 34 Junior Member. October 2017 in New York Colleges. Hi high school seniors! This thread is for early applicants to Fordham! Did you apply EA or ED?. I applied EA for the International Political Economy major @ Rose Hill. Fordham is my dream school so I hope I get in.

New "Financial Economics" major – another selling point for Wall Street wannabes. Financial markets and institutions play a critical role in shaping the real economy. The department of Economics in collaboration with the Business School is offering the major in financial economics that will provide an academic framework in which to explore.

The difference between Political Economy and Economics is that the PECO major requires coursework in the Government department. If you want to look at the classes offered in the various departments, you can look at this Spring’s schedule of courses here:

No, it’s generally looked upon favorably. Rhetoric is great. As a political science major, I’ve taken five courses in the rhetoric department. These courses–mostly upperdivision–have had a lasting (and valuable) impact upon how I analyze and approach research in political science.

So, I called Jenny Cornet (the undergraduate major advisor), her phone number is 510-642-6674 and email: [email protected] She said that the average GPA in the Berkeley prerequisites for the economics major is B- and they accept only 60-65% of students to the economics major.

And you don’t to major in economics to get into an MBA program. You can major in anything. The facts and statistics I have posted were almost all for an undergrad degree in Econ, which still lists it as number 2. Talking out of your ass once again. If you like economics, then study it. If you don’t like it, then don’t.