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I have no intention in going to a community for two years then transferring to a four year. I'm currently a sophomore in highschool, but I am graduating next year. In spring 2024, I start taking general ed classes for my nursing associates degree. My problem is I wont be starting the actually nursing school until 2026. In 2025, I would graduate highschool and I want to go to a university. My questions are; would I be able to be enrolled in community college and a university? and, can I major in political science but have a pre med track?

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@ciel153 months ago

Yes, it is possible to major in political science while also following a pre-medical track. Many students pursue a major in a field they are interested in while completing the necessary pre-med coursework required for admission to medical school. Strands NYT

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