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I am about to start an Access to Higher Education course which will enable me to attend university (upon successful completion) at the start of the 2020/2021 academic year.

I want to work within the field of economics, and am unsure of which university course would give me the best chance of achieving this.

An economics course could well be the best route for me, but what about computer science?

Computational economics techniques are widely in economic analysis and forecasting, and I already have about a year of experience learning about the fundamentals of programming.

So to those who have worked or do work in the field of economics, what do you think would be the best path for me to pursue? A computer science course or an or economics course?
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