Ok, so today I finally found a degree program at my university that I like, will allow me to graduate in a reasonable amount of time given my schedule restrictions due to medic school, and most important will allow me to stay in medic school and still do well at Davis at the same time. The catch is that I'm going to get a B.A. in Economics which is barely above the unit cap of 180 at 187.5 units with what I'll have completed (187.5 includes finishing out the general bio series). At the end of next academic year, I will have the option of either walking or just not graduating to remain a "continuing student" for purposes of taking the pre-reqs. The interesting thing is that due to how under the max unit limit of 225 I am, I could probably do a double major in biology if I wanted to. I would probably slightly exceed the limit, but I could probably get a petition for that. I'm just wondering if there really is any advantage to that as far as applying goes? I'm going to take ochem, physics and some biochem courses..probably microbiology w/lab too. In addition to that, for a BA in Biology, I would need to take about 12-20 units so about 3-5 classes in addition to what I'm going to take already. Although technically it'd be 2-4 classes beyond what I need since I need to do an additional bio class + lab since Davis' first bio class doesn't have a lab to it. Alternatively, I could just graduate and then go back under their open enrollment program. I'm not sure if there would be any advantage to that beyond the fact I wouldn't have to worry about declaring a double major and then having my petition to exceed unit limit denied or anything like that.What do you guys think?