Hello, I'm an economics major and math minor undergraduate junior and I plan on dropping one course from my schedule due to my hectic personal schedule. I'm currently taking:
Economics of Inequality
Social Development (of nations. think like the United Nations)
Statistical Methods (Stats with Excel)
Which of these courses will look best to employers on a resume when applying for internships?
Which course is least appealing to internship employers?
Any classes you recommend I take that companies look for?
I want to do research and focus on international economics and global priorities research. Think tanks like the Council on Foreign Relations, Atlantic Council, and Center for Strategic and International Studies.
I would really appreciate the advice.
Thank you :)