Double Majoring at UF for Investment Banking
I am a high school student trying to figure out what would be the best plan for going to the University of Florida if I want to get into investment banking. I know I should major in finance and I am also going to try to do the accelerated MSF program there. However, I am currently pursuing my AA degree through dual enrollment at UWF so I will have lots of extra time at UF. I am interested to know if getting a dual degree/double major in something like mathematics, statistics, computer science, engineering, etc. would help me get recruited. I know another business-related degreeor accounting would be preferable, but from what I have read of UF's policies they do not allow for double majors with two programs in their business school. I am also aware that doing a double degree/dual major may hurt my GPA but I am only interested currently in what the theoretically best option would be as I don't have to commit to the second degree if it negatively affects my grades.