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Two Majors, 5 years? Effect on employment and grad school?

jenny1pennyjenny1penny Registered User Posts: 296 Junior Member
I am currently majoring in Biochemistry and would like to add a second major in Life Science Communications. From the looks of it right now, I could try to finish both majors in 4years but that might be a little difficult. But I could definitely finish both majors in 4 years and a half. Would taking another semester affect how grad schools and employers view me as a competitive applicant?

I will be able to afford another semester so money matters are not important.
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Replies to: Two Majors, 5 years? Effect on employment and grad school?

  • chriswchrisw Registered User Posts: 1,565 Senior Member
    It shouldn't matter at all. I've got plenty of friends who took victory laps, whether it was to finish a Master's, a second major or a first major, and all of them are doing just fine now :)
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