I'm a freshman at the University of Michigan and have been thinking lately about possible concentrations that I can pursue in hopes of entering medical school. I am considering Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Sciences (BBCS). This major is a part of the psychology department here in Michigan. Does this offer a disadvantage when applying? I have read that a psych major is considered to be the easiest major to obtain. Although this isn't a psych major, does it being part of the psychology department hinder my chances? BBCS is considered a natural science whereas a psychology major is social science. Any feedback would help. Thanks ahead of time.