Finance/Computer Science v. Finance/Economics Double Major
For a while now I have been wanting to broaden my horizons and pick up a double a major. Two areas I was thinking about was Computer Science and Economics two subjects that have I have been highly interested in. I hope to do Quantitative/Computational finance in the future and I feel that these two major can serve the purpose for my specialized finance Finance track. I have taken a year of computer science in high school (it was nothing; and I know comp. sci is notorious for being very difficult) on the other hand I enjoyed learning about economics for a while now. I feel that finance/economics are two in the same considering they fall in the same category somewhat so I am worried that picking up the Economics major might be useless in the future but I don't know if this is true. Which combination do you recommend and please take into account these factors: Will help in quantitative/computational finance, marketability, job opportunities in each type of combination, what will recruiters think?