Undergrad Business school overrated?
I'm having a hard time understanding the pros of business school instead of a regular CAS degree for undergrad. I understand the benefits or Wharton or Stern, or any school where OCR is solely for the business school. For schools like Georgetown, OCR is open to everyone. I really feel like a math/econ/government/cs major in the regular college would be much more beneficial. Like it would have more rigorous classes where you learn more, are smarter, and have a larger field of choices in classes in classes and careers (phds, government etc.). The only benefit I see is that it's easy to get a high GPA. But it also seems you don't learn that much. Maybe I'm wrong but everyone in my family looks down upon business majors. This is similar to the Harvard english literature majors being better than a normal business major from a semi-target. Any thoughts on this?