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which are the best schools to apply for if you want to do a double major? (best interdisciplinary programs)
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which are the best schools to apply for if you want to do a double major? (best interdisciplinary programs)

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Open curriculum schools are great for double-majoring (or even triple-majoring)! You can find a list of many that weren't mentioned yet here: https://blog.collegevine.com/open-curriculum-schools-11-colleges-that-allow-students-to-direct-their-own-learning/

A lot of them are liberal arts colleges, which will also give you a smaller/more engaging college experience, since they're usually under 3,000 people.

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One I know of is Brown University, as it has an open curriculum system (meaning you can choose what classes to take).

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#1. University of California - Irvine

#2. Harvey Mudd College

#3. University of California - Berkeley

#4. University of California - Los Angeles

#5. University of California - Davis

Are there any that maybe... aren't in Cali?
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University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, Texas A&M University, Colby college, Brandeis University, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Cornell University, Arizona State University , hope this helps!
I've heard Brown University is good for Double Majoring as well due to open curriculum.
Great! Thank you so much.
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There's Brown University, which you could consider because of its Open Curriculum and as it even allows you to create your own major