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You need not major in business as an undergraduate to find success in graduate business school. Top business schools regularly report that a high percentage of their students come from liberal arts backgrounds, with English and history among the most common undergraduate majors.

If you are still an undergraduate, consider classes that will allow you to explore a wide range of disciplines. Coursework in English is often cited for honing verbal and written communications skills. Coursework in more technical fields such as economics, statistics, and math can help you build a good foundation for material you will see again in an MBA program.

The most important consideration is to do well in whatever program of studies you choose. Business schools give grade point average (GPA) siginificant weight when evaluating MBA applicants.


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