Well, i have a B.S in mathematics of computation form ucla. Large part of my education had been taking a whole bunch of mathematics, and computer science courses. I don ` t really know what i am going to do with this degree( Well, i know, but i am not very happy about the prospect). I have an alot of interest in philosophy, and i might plan to get a master ` s in philosophy, but i don ` t know if graduate school would take me. Should i apply for graduate school in philosophy? Do they need a bachelor in philosophy? I am interested in being a neuroscientist, but again, but i am confronted with the same kind of problem. I don ` t have a degree in neuroscience. How can i apply for graduate school in neuroscience? Do i need to get a second bachelor? In general, can i apply to to graduate school at subject A, given that i only have bachelor at subject B, such that A is not equal to B? If not, then do i need to apply for a second bachelor at subject A, and then apply for graduate school subject A?