I am having a really hard time with which department to apply to on the CommonApp. I really love biology and I already have an internship under my belt at a basic science research lab investigating oncogene mutations. However, biomedical engineering sounds really cool because it adds a quantitative and novel approach, and also isn't just about finding things out, but also about fixing them.
However, I really just want to work with cells, and I'm not that interested in prosthetics or bioelectronic devices (though microfluidic devices does sound interesting). I guess you could say that I just really like things that involve microscopes haha
So basically, would I better off as a Biology + computer science/physics major in the College of Arts and Sciences, or as a biomedical engineer? If I majored in biology + compsci/physics, could I always apply to BME masters programs if I do decide to pursue that path?
I do really like humanities classes as well and I want to graduate as a well rounded individual.