Masters in Finance Programs That Are Less Quantitative/Don't Require a Math/Engineering Degree?ER
So basically, I've been reading a bit more about masters in finance programs and I'm starting to get a little more attracted to them. Here's the thing though: I'm already a junior and I basically have to major in finance/accounting (or else graduate late). Therefore, I'm guessing programs like WUSTL, Princeton, MIT are all out because all of those programs seem very quant-heavy and thus I'd get dinged if I applied. Therefore, I was wondering if there are any other MFin programs that are less quant-heavy that I can apply to that still place well in finance jobs (and that doesn't just mean BB Ibanking/Consulting but even corp finance)? Otherwise, I have a few options:
1. Continue on business path but major in finance (my school has less finance electives) and load up on math whenever I can. Any suggestions on what math classes I should take by the way, assuming I've only taken the bare minimum thus far?
2. Major in accounting, apply only to non-technical programs, hope that I get in and get placed somewhere good.
3. Jump off the finance/accounting wagon completely, graduate late, but get a major in math.
I'm wondering what you guys think is best? Ideally, I'd really, really like to avoid number 3 because I don't want to stay in school for so long, but I'll do whatever is best for my career.