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syracuse and sciences?

who5390who5390 Registered User Posts: 14 New Member
edited April 2008 in Syracuse University
i was accepted into syracuse and im still considering whether i should attend or not. i want to major in biology and take some courses in syracuse for forensics, but im not too sure if it's the right school. it seems to be more well known for business and communications. so i guess my question would be: Is Syracuse a good school for majoring in sciences?
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Replies to: syracuse and sciences?

  • YarggYargg Registered User Posts: 268 Junior Member
    From my experience (physics) as well as my observation of other majors, you really hafta get involved in research for real experience. Most of the science classes i've taken were not terribly difficult, simply reading the book will get you by, but get to know/work with a prof and you'll see roads open up for you.
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