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I am an undergraduate ORFE (Operations Research, Financial Engineering) major at Princeton University. I plan to pursue graduate studies in economics. I will have taken math courses including differential equations, analysis, multivariable calc, topology, probability theory, linear algebra by the time I graduate, and several economics courses. Is this sufficient preparation for econ grad school? Or should I switch over to a math/econ major and take purely math and econ courses? For my current major, I do have to take courses that deal with operations research, financial engineering. How is ORFE undergrad looked upon when it comes to econ graduate school admissions? :rolleyes: