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Hello... I am currently working on a general  online bachelor’s degree and plan on taking 6 in person classes . I am wondering if I should change my bachelors to a in person biology or chemistry bachelor’s degree . I am just worried about completing my degree and not being able to get into a physician’s assistant program .

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It doesn't matter what your degree is in as long as you have the all of the prereqs. I have a Bachelor of Arts in General Studies...probably the weakest degree someone could have, and I didn't have any trouble getting interviews.

That said, make sure the schools you apply to are okay with you taking those classes online. Make sure you keep your GPA up and do everything you can to make yourself a well-rounded applicant.

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