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I'm a Math/Operations Research major considering Graduate School for Business

  1. Apr 15, 2012 #1
    I haven't taken my graduate admission exam, but I'm not that worried about it. I really think I have the overall skills to do well. I was just curious: how hard it is to get in to the grad schools for business after being a mathematics major with my emphasis in operations research? To be honest, I want to go in to an analyst position and plan to work my way to the top. I'd rather work downtown than in the warehouse in a suburb. I also plan to work up to a corner office as well. So, I have goals and drive. But, do you think there are any major problems with getting in to the business school at a university coming from a science? What do you think is a heavily statistical degree that pays well? I was thinking securities analyst or some type of investments analyst. Thanks!
     
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