Noel Abdur-Rahim, Assurance Manager
You can definitely be a dual major, but I would only recommending doing so if you are extremely disciplined with your studies.
Being a dual major with two curriculums that are difficult and time consuming may be overwhelming if you don't have the discipline to study frequently. An alternative to dual majoring would be to select your primary major and then take all of your required electives in the 2nd field of study. For example, you could be an Accounting major, and then do your undergraduate electives in pre-law classes. This will allow you to decide if law is interesting for you. Subsequently, you can go to law school upon completion of your undergraduate program.