It's basically a program where chemistry overlaps all aspects of biology. I am interested in understanding biological systems from the perspective of chemistry, and I would like to apply this knowledge to different areas of biology/chemistry such as synthethic biology, protein development and genetics. I'm moderately proficent in mathematics, chemistry, physics and exceptionally good at biology. My favorite subjects in HS were biology, mathematics and a bit of chemistry (lost interest due to very bad teachers). Now I'm wondering if this engineering program is right for me. My problem with engineering is that I DO NOT like to build stuff, I'm not a technical person and never been good at that. Should I still take this program? I want to have any job related to biology and the reason why I think this is a great one is because it puts an extensive focus on the chemistry area. Or should I perhaps pick biomolecular program? It's more theoretical and I don't have to care about building stuff. ______ Disclaimer______ I have made a post before on what I should study but it largely became irrelevant since gettings jobs would be too difficult, hence why I created this one.