took a campus tour today, wasnt bad–however, am concerned about the resources & opportunities for pure STEM majors (im interested in neuroscience). the tour guides/AO kept talking about its focus on not-STEM, and when i talked to the AO, she said that w STEM majors, students would have a more interdisciplinary focus on the STEM subject, like incorporating policy and stuff like that. that’s great, but that worries me a bit about the level of opportunities and resources they have purely for STEM things. additionally the keck thing combined w other schools, its like they dont have enough resources or something so they dont wanna focus purely on STEM but have to incorporate some social science stuff they’re known for.
like would i be better off at a large research uni? but that would be a lot of competition
this was super poorly written, idk how to put my thoughts into words, but if somebody could get the gist of my worries and address them thatd be great thanks!!