Hi everyone! I'm a freshman in the Physics BSc at the university of Rome, and I've been reading here and there threads talking about courses, minors, majors and else, and I was just wondering how does this work, because I can't get out of my confusion while trying to understand it lol. In my university instead, everything is much more linear: First of all we (try) to get a Bachelor's degree, which lasts for 3 years and has around 20 fixed exams (24 for my course) [link http://www.phys.uniroma1.it/fisica/sites/default/files/allegati/manifesto_fisica_triennale.pdf#overlay-context=fisica/didattica/corsilauree/laurea-triennale-fisica [Broken] (sorry I found it only in Italian, but Google Translate is fine for this)] of which we can choose only two of them. After the Bachelor we get the Master's degree, that lasts 2 years, and has around 15-20 exams the same, of which only 2 (again) can be chosen. I hope someone clears this doubt of mine!