I want to study complexity and emergence, but I am not sure what degree I should get. I am a second year college biology student, but I feel like biology lacks the math needed to understand a lot of these concepts. I am now veering towards a math degree, but I have not taken enough math to know if I can do it/love it enough to do it. I have developed an intense interest in math though, so I am optimistic.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I am considering looking into physics as well, possibly as a minor, to round out my studies/fulfill a random interest in optics and quantum mechanics. So right now I am looking at a BS in math, with a minor in quantitative biology and physics. Does this sound like a workable degree to have in the areas I want to study?

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# What degree should I get to study complexity?

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