|Jun10-11, 05:08 PM||#1|
Should I add Geology or Environmental Science to my AstroPhysics Degree?
Do you think it would be beneficial for me to add Geology to my Astrophysics B.S?
I know it's going to be a bit tough for you to answer this questions without me knowing exactly what career I want to pursue (which I don't) but I have a general idea. I'm really interested in studying the planets themselves, their structure, composition, and so on.
What would the benefits of adding Geology to an Astrophysics B.S be?
At my school there is a difference between a double major and a double degree.
A double major is: is just one degree with two majors and does not necessarily require additional hours above the minimum number required for the bachelorís degree. An example is a Bachelor of Arts with majors in English and history.
A double degree is: actually earn two separate degrees with two separate diplomas (i.e., a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance plus a Bachelor of Arts in English). Earning double degrees requires students to complete at least 30 additional hours, i.e., at least 154 credit hours.
Feel free to ask me questions if to narrow down what it is I'm wanting to do career wise to make this question better.
|Jun3-12, 03:19 AM||#2|
Hello Tokage, I just joined and have the same type of question.
Was wondering if you ever got help with this question and if so would you mind passing along your experience?
|Jun3-12, 05:00 AM||#3|
yes. you should.
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