I was contemplating majoring in chemistry when I go back to university. I don't want to do this physics (not that i don't like physics nor is it that i can't - just not interested in taking the classes). Thus, I would do a Bachelors of Arts instead of science to avoid the physics. I was thinking pharmacy school after this, or stopping with Bachelors. How does the difficulty change as one progresses through the major? General Chemistry (not a big fan; made good grade without studying much; easy at cc) Organic Chemistry (took, dropped; loved it) Physical Chemistry (not taken) Biochemistry (not taken) Analytical Chemistry (not taken) Inorganic Chemistry (not taken) Other Upper Levels. How does the difficulty change from each? Is physical more like general than organic? If chemistry major is anything like organic chemistry, then chemistry is definitely for me.