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Old 10-11-2014, 11:44 PM   #41
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In the long run, you'll be better off for it. Marine Science is too narrow a major for an undergrad, and I'm only doing it because I get reduced tuition for it through a NEBHE program. (and because I want to be a research scientist in aquaculture). As it is I'm backing it up with a more "serious" math major and statistics minor.

Molecular biology is awesome and you could easily get into a graduate school for marine bio/aquaculture if you wanted (one with awesome setups like we have here). Actually, a graduate student in the disease lab I work in was a molecular bio major.
If I get fed up with humans, I might just do that LOL! I love rare human genetic diseases, but eventually I want my two phDs in Animal and Human Genetics
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If I get fed up with humans, I might just do that LOL! I love rare human genetic diseases, but eventually I want my two phDs in Animal and Human Genetics
Wow, I thought I was crazy/ambitious. I'll feel accomplished with a BA in math and a PhD in something fish related. I was fed up with humans to begin with, though. When you get that PhD in animal genetics, go sequence the "Blue Steel" apisto and find out what it's a hybrid of
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Wow, I thought I was crazy/ambitious. I'll feel accomplished with a BA in math and a PhD in something fish related. I was fed up with humans to begin with, though. When you get that PhD in animal genetics, go sequence the "Blue Steel" apisto and find out what it's a hybrid of
Will do. After I'm done rescuing the American Thoroughbred from greedy breeders. Or while I'm doing that. Horses are long lived.
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