Cornell Dyson (AEM) vs. Northwestern Econ (CAS)
Hello! I was recently admitted to both universities and recognize that I am blessed to have this decision to make. That being said, I was wondering if y'all could give me some information on the two. I'm interested in business in general; IB and consulting really interest me, but I'm not 100% on either. Which one places better into IB/consulting? Is the regional placement advantage recognizable for each? Is there going to be a substantial difference in the prestige/brand name?
Another thing I'm interested to know is the difference between studying business and studying econ. I understand they're fairly similar, but what are the major differences in the actual studying/learning process? Any general information on the student experience at either school is welcome as well!
Thank you all so much for your time!
(completely off-topic but if you have the time: are either of these schools worth it if I have in-state tuition for UC Berkeley CL&S Econ? I received pretty much the same aid from every school.)