Thoughts on the business economics concentration at Brown?

Considering either cs or business economics at brown. I am more interested in business then cs. I am very practical and would like to go for the degree that will get me the furthest in life. I am on this forum so I am hoping to jump into pe or ib. Tech feels over saturated and like a Grindy nightmare. I know that Investment banking is a also a grindy nightmare, but it feels more rewarding in the upper echelon's. Anyway, I know brown is a target so either should be fine but my math skills are lacking. I know there will be less math in biz Econ then in cs. I was just wondering if anyone completed it or had any thoughts.

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