Well, I wanted to double major in Classics and Astronomy (or in Macalester's case, Physics with astronomy focus) because I happen to like both and I think a quantitative skill would be good for me. I have no problem with any of the requirements since Classics has a Greek component which more than covers language, and the other components of classics would also satisfy humanities. Fine arts wouldn't be a problem as I plan to play in an ensemble and take private lessons, nor would math and science. I plan to start on them early even without declaring a major, starting Greek perhaps in the first year. I'm just worried that with Study Abroad, social sciences and the Internationalism requirement I won't be able to graduate on time.
Last edited by Impero; 04-18-2011 at 06:47 AM.