Anonymous asked: is it hard being a bio double major?
getting a BA in biology & BS in biopsychology was going to be doable but with at least another year (after this one) of summer school. upper divisions were seeming like they’d kill, and also balancing all the GE’s (BA and BS have different GE’s). I’ve got all the paperwork, I just have yet to really finish it.
being a bio major is hard (i’ll say this like I am one because bio/biopsych are basically the same thing freshman and soph year) on basis of there’s a lot of homework. your first year is math and genchem, second year is the trio of bio/ochem/physics and it’s just a huge workload (speaking from basis of i started physics early on)
i mean…it’s doable. the only reason i haven’t technically become prebio is because I’m looking into getting into CCS for bio or biochem instead (like doubling my letters and science biopysch with ccs bio or biochem)…but honestly, if that doesn’t work out by winter quarter, I’ll probably end up doing it.
otherwise…bio and like history/liberal arts? I’ve heard it’s not too hard just because there isn’t necessarily an order of the classes you have to take like there is for bio.
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