Double Major

<p>I'm starting as a freshman at UF in the fall and since I have 101 credits already through dual enrollment, I am considering doing a double/dual major. I'm pretty dead set on Environmental Science, but I'm thinking of doing the other BS in either Enviro Engineering or Chem Engineering. I would like to do some research but also be able to find solutions to the problems found from my research. It sounds like a combination of those majors would allow me to do that.</p>

<p>I'm really strong in both chemistry and math so I would enjoy doing that. Another note is that I already have roughly 2 to 2.5 years done towards all three majors, now its a matter of taking the upper division courses from those majors.</p>

<p>What combination would you suggest, Enviro Sci and Enviro Eng or Enviro Sci and Chem Eng? Thank you for your suggestions!</p>

<p>I don't see why you want to do environmental science and environment engineering. Sounds weird to me.
I find chemical engineering pair with environment engineering can be a good one. </p>

<p>But I still find it a bit awkward. I don't know why.
PS: Post this in engineering major forum. Science is a bit quiet.</p>

<p>Chem E + something else? Are you doing 5 years of college? Quite a few people (anecdotal evidence) take 5 years for a Chem E degree alone!</p>