I'm just starting my sophomore year at a non-target state university in the southeast, and I want to work in investment banking.
Maybe I'm splitting hairs over this, but I have enough credit hours to do a double major (in addition to the obvious finance major), and was wondering if you guys think it would be better to do an economics or accounting major.
Economics seems like it would give me more analytical experience, but accounting seems useful for going through financials in actual work experience. However, I feel like some of the upper-level accounting classes may have limited use in IB.
I've taken a few courses in both, and I am currently listed as an accounting major. Should I switch to economics?