Well as an undecided i really am having an issue firguring out what to do considering combined degrees have to (or should) be completed in a timely matter so i wont have alot of chances to switch around
my choices are:
BS/MPH with applied mathematical statistics
BA/MA Political science/Public policy
BS/MS health science and occupational therapy
lets start with the science ones shall we. my high school major was bio med and included genetics, anat&phys, org chem, along with chem, physics, regular bio, and four years of science research with competitions on the side (intel etc). i would really like to pursue epidemiology since i like learning about populations and diseases so the science combined degrees would make sense. thing is...
I REALLY DON'T LIKE (BAD AT) MATH
...if its something im really passionate about im willing to suffer a few courses but im afraid that the bad grades i may get will keep me out of the program completely and ruin my transcript. completing the entire AMS requirement sounds like a nightmare. The BSHS/MSOT while would be okay would not be as helpful in epidemiology.
as for the pol sci/public policy, i love anything surrounding social sciences and would really enjoy this program. i just afraid that the oppurtunities wouldn't be as great as if i had gone into a science orientated field.