When I got into the Mays Business School, started as an Accounting major. There was a five-year program that began with an undergraduate degree in accounting and then your master's degree in a different business discipline. It sounded like a good program and a way to finish two degrees in less time. It was a way for me to get a master's in finance and improve the finance job opportunities I would have after graduation.
There was just one problem: you had to be an accounting major.