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Hi everyone I am CURRENTLY a biology MAJOR, but I've looked over the classes and I can still complete on time if I switch to Business Major. But my problem is what to do as a minor because I don't just want to throw my science classes away....
I was wondering if there's a huge difference between career choices as a minor in biology versus a minor in chemistry...I'm asking because it makes a significant impact on my choice of classes...as I've taken most of the chemistry minor requirements (ironic since I was on track for biology major lol) I'd only have to take 1 or 2 more courses in chemistry to finish it as a minor, as opposed to having to take up to 5 courses in biology field for its minor...?
I mean I personally have no preference on which minor, I was just afraid say chemistry minor wouldn't land me a job as often as a biology minor... or maybe other complications would exist such as explaining why I went Biology Major first then switched to chemistry minor and business minor vs. just making my biology major into a minor and just going business major route.
I am interested in going into accounting possibly, or if not purely business I'd go into like a science-related company and handle their business, like pharmaceutical companies and such. But most likely pure business.