SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Once I realized that biology is not needed for admission into medical school and the major choice really doesn't affect med school admissions, I am scrambling for a way out of the major choice. I'm considering changing my major to business or psychology before I attend college, BUT I'm having some doubts bout the ability to complete a business degree and all the prereqs in 4 years. From what I've read, you need roughly 30 hrs of prereqs to be eligible for most schools, however there doesn't seem to be any room to squeeze in the classes and still graduate. Here's a sample course schedule for business at UT: (Chart didn't come out right. Here's a link.) http://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/bba/academics/majors/management-information-systems/ Is the only way to graduate in 4 years is take a natural sciences minor and take the classes during summer? Would that be too stressful and just stretch it out over 4-1/2 or 5 years(McCombs is pretty tough I hear)? Am I missing something and I actually have enough room to set my schedule right? If I cant do business, psych has plenty of elective space, so it wouldnt be a problem, but I'd rather do business though. But I like both a hell of a lot better than biology. Thanks for the help.