Hello, so recently I have developed a very strong interest in Biology and have been in a debate with my self if I should continue of the track I am on currently ( transferring this next year to UC Santa Cruz for applied math major) or if I should follow my interests in biology and wait another year so I can go to UCSC for their bioinformatics major. The bioinformatics major has way more requirements and would require me to take 5 semesters of chem ( since I didn't take any in high school I have to take an intro course) and 2 semesters of biology and some computer science classes. But the curriculum seems extremely interesting. SO...The question is, with a math degree, can I keep computational biology/neuroscience/bioinformatics graduate schools a strong possibility? If I go the math degree route I wont be able to take many bio related classes if I want to graduate on time.