Originally Posted by RMT
I have a B.S. in Math, no pun intended but if you take it that way, that's fine, too. Working on my Doctorate right now but it's in administration instead of math.
So practical, though. I probably would have been better of with a math major (rather than an econ major) for a masters in econ. A math major would have better prepared me for an MA in Economics than a BA in economics, and I'm not kidding.
I know some friend who are following precisely that path. They want to study econ, so they're math majors in undergrad, with the intention to go on to grad for economics.