Double Major in Finance and CS or Double Major in Finance and Accounting with a minor in CS

Currently a freshman at a semi-target and interested in pursuing a career in IB post-graduation. My thought process is that the former option may look better to future employers. However, the latter option would provide more maneuverability in my schedule to take a greater number of courses that I am interested in and possibly allow me to graduate a semester early.

I plan on tailoring my CS Major/Minor towards courses in data analytics and web and app development. My hesitation with the CS major is that I would have to take courses that I am neither interested in nor are applicable to my career.

Any input is greatly appreciated.

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Jan 9, 2022 - 3:38am

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