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Question: Pick as many as apply:
political science   -20 (19.6%)
history   -7 (6.9%)
international relations   -6 (5.9%)
economics   -19 (18.6%)
geography   -3 (2.9%)
other social science   -7 (6.9%)
business   -2 (2%)
biology, other life sciences   -1 (1%)
chemistry   -2 (2%)
physics   -2 (2%)
other natural science   -0 (0%)
engineering   -3 (2.9%)
computer science   -1 (1%)
philosophy   -3 (2.9%)
english   -1 (1%)
other humanities   -3 (2.9%)
education   -1 (1%)
arts   -0 (0%)
math   -5 (4.9%)
OTHER   -8 (7.8%)
UNDECIDED / I'm in high school.   -8 (7.8%)
NONE   -0 (0%)
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Kushahontas
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« Reply #75 on: June 15, 2012, 10:36:20 am »
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Join BA (none of that major/minor rubbish here) in History and Anthropology.

On this issue, though, it's not just an American thing (surprisingly). The vast majority of BA programs require minor subjects in Germany as well.

this holds true for a number of the programs I can think of here in the US, as well.


Myself: Political Science (concentration in Public Policy), with a dual minor in Public Administration and Economics.
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« Reply #76 on: June 16, 2012, 05:47:24 pm »
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Join BA (none of that major/minor rubbish here) in History and Anthropology.

On this issue, though, it's not just an American thing (surprisingly). The vast majority of BA programs require minor subjects in Germany as well.

That's not surprising how much of the American university system is German in origin...

@Opebo: Yes, "joint" but that is not the terminology we use here.
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