glewz wrote:BrownBears09 wrote:glewz wrote:Keep doing what you're doing - a double major is very common, but a triple major is extremely rare.
That's probably because they're unnecessary and irrelevant to employers.
"So sir, I see you're applying as a financial analyst. Oh, I see you have a triple major in History/Economics/English? You're definitely more qualified than the Economics major."
...and it requires 60 extra units? And taking 8 classes/semester? And we're talking about applying to law school, not for a financial analyst position?
Depends where you go. At UVA, a major = 30 credits or a measly 10 classes. You aren't allowed to triple major, though.