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Is this possible?

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Is it possible to have one major and two minors? Would I be able to major in physics and minor in math and biochemistry or major in biochemistry and minor in physics and math? Of course, this is assuming many colleges have biochem as a minor...

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sure, why not? As long as you complete the requirements to obtain both minors, then it isn't a problem. I am getting a degree in physics with a minor in chemistry and math.

However, with both math a chemistry, I am taking slightly more classes than I actually need to get the minor, but less than I need to get a major....some say it is a waste of money and time, but grad school look over your transcript and see all of the classes you've taken so the extra classes do not go unnoticed.
 

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