<p>How is Princeton's program of psychology? What about molecular biology?</p>

<p>Both are strong programs. The president of Princeton is an award-winning molecular biologist and she continues to teach courses. Psychology is one of the most popular majors, and among sophomores choosing their majors last year it moved into the top five, joining Economics, Politics, History, and The Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and edging out perennially popular English.
I don't mean to suggest that departments are the best because they are popular, but these are certainly strong departments. There are other progams that, while smaller, are quite renowned as well, like Math, Physics, and Philosophy, for example. The good thing is that Princeton is so strong academically across the board that if you end up majoring in something other than what you are now considering, you'll still be in a great place.</p>

<p>Cricket i like your last is exactly the reason I love Princeton.</p>