What is it like to double major at Colgate? | Campus Tour 2019
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How everyone in this video I'm gonna be talking about what it's like. I'm double majoring in mathematical economics in computer science. Now, every student at Colgate needs to take 32 credits to graduate. Each Kobasew student also needs 11 core requirements to graduate. That's basically like our General Education requirements system. So thinking about a double major in your head, um, it might sound kind of difficult to get all those credits done, but most of those ah core requirements will actually get knocked out. For example, in another one of my videos, I was talking about a class called Nikon to 19 Chinese economy. So it obviously counted towards my mathematical economics major. Um, but it was also a global engagement course, so that, uh, completed one of my core requirements. That class, Um, and that's actually pretty common. That will happen with most of your, um, court requirements. I think Kobe definitely makes it feasible to do a double major as long as you plan for it and prepare ahead of time. Personally, uh, I'm on track to graduate on time, and there have also been two semesters where I was only taking three classes at a time just to give myself something of a break. It's not like I took a crazy amount of eight keys in high school or anything like that. Colgate only submitted my scores for 80 Micro economics, a key macro economics in AP Spanish. Um so I think overall, it's definitely something that you should think about. I hope that you enjoyed my advice and found this video informational.