Philosophy as Undergrad

<p>I was reading, and i was wondering if phiosophy as a premed is a good major to go. </p>

<p>Also, can you get into med school if you take a 3 year bachelor program, and then apply to med school, or do they require you take the 4 year pre med, 4 year med.</p>

<p>You can do any major as long as you fill the pre-med requirements. </p>

<p>It's possible to also get into medical school after 2 years, some universities offer programs where you can apply into their med school as an undergraduate sophomore.</p>

<p>But how good be it? Is it really good to have. </p>

<p>Will i have less of a chance to do well in Med school than a biology fiend from a Bio Undergraduate. Or will my knowledge of philosophy and fast wit be able to destroy them in an intelectual battle for superority. (that was made for dramatics, i dont wnat to destroy other med students)
i just want to know if a philiosophy dude will know less overall, about science/medicine if he took philosophy undergrad.</p>

<p>well, for one it'd probably make you more "interesting" shall I say. It gets boring for the adcoms to admit all biology majors.</p>

<p>thanks for the input schritzo. </p>

<p>Just some other point of views, wut do you think mike or bigred or anyone else.</p>

<p>Philosophy will indeed train you to think extremely clearly and quickly. Even if you don't major in philosophy, take as many logic and other philosophy courses as you can.</p>