Hi everyone, I came back to get some feedback from everyone. I am close to the time when my university requires that I choose a certain Subject POST or degree as some know it for my future three years in undergrad. Now I always loved Molecular Biology/Biotechnology since they are very much the same but I am stuck between which to take. Now I wanted to get some feedback from you guys/girls, but first the comparison. The degrees are both same in the sense of the types of courses except that in Biotechnology the students are required to take 1.0 credits in Physics course/s, and some stronger/tougher 2 and I think third year Chemistry courses. In Molecular Biology courses are same except physics is a choice, the harder chemistry courses are also choice with the exception of organic chemistry (I and II) - I find them somewhat easy. Although in Molecular Biology we do need to also take Ecology, while not in Biotechnology. After my 4 years in undergrad, I was planning on joining a Masters program here at my university, and the program is MBiotech (Masters in biotechnology). I asked a person who is inside the program about whether Biotechnology undergrad is better for entering the Masters program, they said that it gave no benefit or added help especially since Molecular Biology and Biotechnology tend to teach the same principles. Although Biotechnology is a bit harder. My question then is what everyone is advising me to do. I have yet to take the physics course, and when I looked at the course requirements for every year they were both the same with those mentioned exceptions. So your input would be gratefully accepted. Thanks again everyone. EDIT: I also wanted to ask what everyone thought of some new types of Masters program. Well the Masters Program that I talked about here, is not a traditional one in which you do research but rather more of a management type. In other words you can't go on to do a PhD. afterwards but would have to do another tradition research Masters and then a PhD. Would you all recommend I do this certain Masters type, which focus mostly on Management aspect of Biotechnology with Science incorporated, and a good one year of internship or should I try to get into a traditional research Masters program?