Essentially what I’m asking is what kind of math would be best to major in for both undergrad and grad school. My undergrad options at UCSD are:

- General Mathematics (Calc, linear algebra, analysis, abstract algebra, then 13 courses in whatever I want)
- Applied Mathematics
- Probability & Statistics (I’m not a huge fan of doing just statistics, I’d like to ideally be exposed to more math)
- Math & CS
- Math & Economics (not a fan)

In regards to grad school, how much does my graduate major matter? Ideally I don’t want to pigeonhole myself with MFE and I’d prefer a more general degree. Does a statistics undergrad major really make that much of a difference compared to a more general math major or an applied math major? What should I be shooting for?