hello. I was originally planning to get a BS in statistics but then i chickened out because i feared that i might not be mathematically gifted/strong enough to get through the program, which would result in me not having the very basic in today's world : a bachelor's degree. So i switched to business with concentration in "decision Science" as a safety net ( don't ask, it's a dumb name that's mostly designed for the good of the university than the good of the students, so that they don't have to clash with their "management" major by naming it "management science". Well anyways, the concentration allows you to choose electives, and two of them are classes from the Statistics major core. I have already taken calc 2, which means in total i would have 8 classes left after completing the business major for the Statistics major. Is it worth it, in terms of employment prospects and time away from the work force, as well as me aging another year ( i would be just a few weeks shy of 25 when i finish the business degree, and a few weeks shy of 26 after finishing the Statistics BS degree.) I want some analyst position (like business intelligent analyst or data analyst). Assuming that i don't continue with a masters in Statistics, is a BS degree worth it to stay another year for employment prospects? Please help!