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Start grad school or stay in undergrad an extra semester to finish my double major?


I go to a top 200 public university, where I am a double major in Business Admin. Finance and Mathematics. I plan on applying to a handful of Master's programs in Applied and Computational Mathematics. I could receive just my Bachelors in Business and start grad school a semester early, or should I stay in undergrad an extra semester to finish my Math/Business double major. Will employers care at all? Anyone care to guess if it would impact my lifetime earnings one way or another? I was thinking being enrolled in a master's program would make it easier for me to find a good* internship. Is the math major adding that much value if I am a Math grad student?

Thanks Folks!