Hi all - So I'm a linguistics major/chemistry minor. I'm halfway thru undergrad, and if I wanted I theoretically *could* pull off a double major (it'd be hard, but I could squeeze in both chem and ling majors). I've heard a lot about premeds who aren't science majors, so I know it happens all the time. But I'm wondering how non-science majors can really show that they're motivated and dedicated to healthcare. Like I'm really into linguistics, and I want to do undergrad research in linguistics, and will probably do a senior thesis on a linguistics topic. Would any of this reflect poorly on and/or allow adcoms to question my dedication to healthcare? I'm also trying to get something medically-related for next summer - an internship, research, etc. It seems like a lot of opportunities (esp. research) require a science major - has anyone else who isn't a sci major had to deal with this? I'm currently toying with going with the chem major...not that that's gonna solve all my problems . Thanks in advance!