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Prospective student asking: do I have enough time for this?

catsarecatscatsarecats Registered User Posts: 239 Junior Member
edited January 2013 in Northeastern University
Planning to major in Biochemistry.
Minor in Business Management, I understand that this takes up all of my electives?

Is there any place to learn Chinese in depth?
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Replies to: Prospective student asking: do I have enough time for this?

  • catsarecatscatsarecats Registered User Posts: 239 Junior Member
    time* to learn
  • mjl2142mjl2142 Registered User Posts: 30 Junior Member
    Many of the business minor classes are only offered online during the non-summer semesters, which will give you more scheduling flexibility. You would probably be looking at joining NUCALLS to learn another language (NUCALLS - home), not enrolling in for-credit classes.
  • Emily2007Emily2007 Registered User Posts: 981 Member
    I don't know the logistics of getting a business minor. A biochem major could make time to minor in something, as long as you're organized early on and figure out how to work it into your schedule. Incoming freshman meet with advisors over the summer to set up their schedules, so you'd be able to ask more specific questions before registering for classes.
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