(B.S.) Mathematics and (B.A.) economics double major or electrical engineering?
which of these would you say has the better earning potential and future job prospects? Given the degree seeker is interested in all 3 areas?
(B.S.) (Applied Mathematics and (B.A.) economics double major or electrical engineering?

answers:
az_lender say: Doublemajors are usually not worth the extra time, but in your case, a B.A. in economics could be enhanced by taking extra math courses (not a full BS in math), and perhaps extra computing.
EE degree is also enhanced by extra math and/or extra computing.
Salary average statistics for economists and EE's are something you can look up for yourself.

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