Is Computer Science considred a quantitative major for finance jobs?
I want to work in investment banking/ finance after college, and was wondering if Computer Science would be a good quantitative major for an undergraduate degree. Ultimately, I want to get an MBA right after or at least a Masters of Finance degree before I start working.
Asked By: Ali R - 6/1/2008
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I agree with the first answer. I would encourage you to go for your MBA in finance. Have a great day!
Answered By: Herbert - 6/1/2008
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It is and it isn't. Depends on what part of the financial sector you want to apply for, after college. A computer science degree is a definite plus for these institutions, but you would need to have studied some related units... More
Answered By: Inkskipp - 6/1/2008
If you want to work in investment banking, just note that you need to attend an MBA from a top ranked program. It's as simple as that... More
Answered By: OrangeKitten - 6/1/2008
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