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I want to go into the career Psychology because I am really interested in learning about the human nature. I want to know if I would be able to reach University if i wasn't able to take chemistry in this occupation?
I am going into grade 11, and I pretty much took everything academic except for math I took functions and applications mix, also took academic biology I wasn't able to chemistry because I kind of struggle in it. I want to go into the career Psychology because I am really interested in learning about the human nature.



I want to know if I would be able to reach university if i wasn't able to take chemistry in this occupation?



Also what is the difference between Bachelor of art and science?.



Can I go into college for this career even if i took academic level courses and then go into University?

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Asked by Harper Saturday Jul 16th 2011 in Career Planning
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Good news! You don't need to take chemistry to earn your degree in psychology - at most you will have to take a biology course. What you are probably thinking of is Psychiatry - it does require a large amount of science courses. As for reaching University without chemistry, that is going to depend on your current school and the university you are considering. I would talk to both of them to find out what is your best option.

As for what is the difference between a bachelor or arts and a bachelor of science, that's just it. Bachelor of arts course courses are based on art courses in the arts, and bachelor of science is in science.

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