HBK wrote:Whatever you do, stay away from management and marketing. Those are the Communications majors of the business school. Employers (and probably law firms) know this.
/McCombs grad- Finance
Nice, a fellow McCombs Finance alum. Class of 05 here.
OP, choose the major in which you'll be able to earn the highest GPA.
I'm sure if I study enough, achieving a high GPA in finance will be no problem. If I don't get into my desired law schools then I most likely won't attend law school. In that case I would want my degree to serve for a good career somewhere else.
I don't think anyone answered this yet, but should I choose the general degree in finance or specialize and choose corporate finance or investment management? Or any of the other tracks I listed in my original post.