Campus visit in June

<p>I signed up on campus visit in June and is wondering how helpful the visit is.
Can anyone tell me more about what campus visit look like?
Thank you.</p>

<p>Eventually want to be in medical school, so what should I major in? I do not want to major in biology.</p>

<p>Did you sign up for one of the special visits, like the Academic Exploration Days. The Academic Exploration Days are awesome. You attend information sessions, campus tours and learn a lot more than if you went on a regular visit. The campus is beautiful by the way. And to respond to your second question, your interests should dictate which major(s) you choose. Medical schools really want to see prospective students with other interests outside the sciences(I have a friend who majored in history and was accepted into Colombia medical school). It's really up to you though. If you have any other questions about WashU, feel free to message me.</p>

<p>Thank you bailey!!!
Great! I actually signed up the Engineering Day on June 8th. I would like to study something else, but I am really a science person. I am afraid in case I lose my interest in medicine, I will go grad school majoring in science or engineering, but if I major in social sciences, it will be hard to switch science or engineering.</p>

<p>You can major in anything you want. Many premeds major in humanities, others choose science majors, but really, you should just follow your interests.</p>

<p>The campus will be pretty empty in June. It is always better to visit when the classes are in session. But, of course, it can be more complicated to coordinate with HS schedule.</p>

<p>If you want to go to medical school, and don't want to major in biology, I'd highly recommend Biomedical Engineering. It's the highest rated engineering program at Wash U. It will require several biology courses though. </p>

<p>If you're against that, as long as you get the med school requirements in (Calculus, Physics, Chemistry, Biology) pretty much any major is fine.</p>

<p>Don't major in engineering unless you like math and physics. There's really only 10 credits of bio in the bme degree. But nearly every other class will be physics and math based.</p>