My goal is to have a career in finance/banking, specifically investments/securities. (I am not a trader, more of an investor but have always had an interest in it) I am in my 4th year of getting my BA in political science, and my plan was to transfer over into business school and get a finance degree, after which I want to get my CFA. Maybe eventually get an MBA after working for many years. What would you guys suggest I do? Maybe I should just 1) try and get a finance job with my BA (I hear many investment banks will hire entry level people with just a random BA), 2) try and become a CFA after I get my BA (apparently you just need A 4 yr degree to apply for CFA, not business), or 3) get a finance degree too and then go for a CFA? Again, I am not looking to become a trader (at least at this point in my life, maybe later on I will think about it)... I want to work in investments and make big bucks eventually. Sorry if this is the wrong forum, it just seemed best. Any suggestions or advice is appreciated. Thanks!