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David Bradley

There are hundreds of different MBA programs out there with different focuses, and requirements. It may not even be important for you to have an undergraduate degree. You can major in Chemistry and get an MBA, you would just likely have to take introductory business courses. With that in mind, it may be better for you to major on something relevant to your industry (i.e. if you want the film industry, major in film; if you want to run a museum, Major in History) and then minor in Business. Then, get your MBA. However, I imagine its too early for you to know exactly what industry you want to work in or what you want to do.

Answered 7 years ago

David Bradley