Buy-side quant work from Georgetown undergrad?
Just received my college decisions this past week and barring any waitlist shake-ups, it looks like I'll be headed to Georgetown. I'm happy with G-Town for a lot of reasons -- strength in politics/IR (which is cool), location, extracurricular and social scene, girls -- but am kind of concerned with its weakness in STEM programming given that I've thought about doing quant work when older.
If I end up majoring in math/stats and taking some CS classes at G-Town, will a good GPA and course-load be enough to allow me to be considered for quant research/trading roles? Primarily talking about quant hedge funds and algorithmic trading shops.