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So I'm not as stressed about next year. I took the local college's catalog and the Advisement course map of the five Universities that have Bio-medical engineering and marked off what classes need to be taken for which college. It's mostly lower levels of science and math. Those with the general education requirements give him 75 classes. Hopefully he can take the classes over a period of three years. If the case he'll be almost 18 by the time he graduates. The catch, because there always is one, is that the universities will only transfer 72 credits. So he's taking an extra class so that he can have a multitude of colleges open to him. He can even change majors to any science/math field he wants. Currently he wants to be a xenobiologist. I'm hoping when he's 16 we can get him to volunteer at a bunch of different science / math places and see what he likes. My biggest concern is that he'll do a 180 and want to do some thing completely out of the science and math fields because he's financial aid will only cover 180 credits.
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