• Question: how does one get to study all the sciences?

    Asked by 855bm1924 to Peter, Jonathan, Grace, Doris, David, Ann on 6 Jun 2019.
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      Grace Kago answered on 6 Jun 2019:

      Hmm.. if you go to college and study a science degree (Biology, Physics, Chemistry, etc), usually the degree will often require introductory classes in all the sciences.

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      Peter Macharia answered on 6 Jun 2019:

      @855bm1924 did you mean studying all sciences in high school or on campus?

      Campus: Rather than the introductory classes on the campus during the 1st/2nd year, one tends to specialize in one domain like an area in biological sciences or an area in physical sciences and rarely doing all these combined.

      In high school: it’s easy to manage and especially when you are not yet sure what you will specialize in while on campus and keeping your target courses broad