Hi, I'm thinking about future degree options and just realized my schools offers an accelerated Master's degree (1 year instead of 2) if I complete an honours thesis in my 4th year of undergrad. I was just wondering if this is looked down upon for potential PhD programs or for any other opportunities in general? I have also heard switching schools and doing your grad degree at another institution is always a good idea. Since this option is only offered at my school, is it still worth it or would it be better to pursue a regular 2 year Master's at another University? The two programs I am actually considering doing the accelerated Master's in are either Biophysics or Immunology. Does this kind of decision vary depending on program? I am actually strongly considering pursuing professional school and have heard it is a good option if I take that path, but have heard some concerns if graduate studies and future research is my ultimate goal. Any thoughts?