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I'm currently majoring in Chemical Engineering in my first year of college; however, I've been having a conflict with my interests. I've been gaining a lot of interest in Material Science and Engineering focused more on polymers. I like Material Science a lot, but I also enjoy Chemical Engineering. My university offer a minor in polymer science and engineering, but I feel like I wouldn't be able to enjoy it as much if I didn't major in it? I was thinking of double majoring, but I know that's a large work load.
Would doing two majors be worth it or stick with one major and add a minor?