It is BFA and Environmental Science. 🤔
I also wanted to do Criminal Justice at one point. 😭
OK you will get your basic bachelor degree education credits done with the Bachelors in Enviromental Science. Then the Bachelors in Criminal Justice you will only to take classes specific to this degree. These two degrees will not have many classes in common other than the basic education requirements.
What about the BFA (Bachelor of Fine Art)? 🤔
Yes that would work too. The basic education requirements would be the same. Then you can start earning your two separate bachelor degrees. Environmental Science and Fine Art will have no common classes other than your basic education requirements. You will be able to use your science clases and the math classes from your Environmental bachelors to satisfy the math and science requirements for the Fine Art bachelors.
You make it sound easy. o. o
Yes not that difficult. The Fine Arts degree math and science requirements can be satisfied with a General College math something not as hard as College Algebra, the science credit/ requirements can be satisfied with a General College Science something not as hard/ specific as Biology or Chemistry. Your Environmental Degree will require College Algebra , Biology and General Chemistry , so use these as your math and science requirements for the Fine Arts degree. You will probably need Satistics also in your Environmental Degree.
Thank you. 😭🤗💜
Thanks for mh 🤗
You are welcome.🤗💜
True true... lol
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Good idea.I should ask him. 🤪
Yea, it is... lol