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Environmental science,Marine Biology or Forensic Computing?

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Why bother with a post grad course - waste of time? 17-10-2016
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    This year i am really trying to figure out which is the best degree to pursue.?
    .At the moment i am studying forensic computing in uk and i can say i have a talent in computers and technology but i am not a genius.But something in my mind tell me to change my course to marine biology or environmental science.First of all i heard that i will take classes in maths,physics,chemistry biology which i am not good at all and i am wonder if i will struggle and fail.Furthermore i read that i will take experiments,use computers,do statistics which i would like if is true.Finally if i don't get a PHD it will be difficult for me to find a job in marine biology or environmental science?
    Should i change my course and struggle to marine biology or environmental science because i want a clean and safe environment or i should stay in forensic computing field and succeed in that and just help environment as normal person not as a career?

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    With marine biology you have to really love it. The hours aren't great, the pay isn't great and jobs are scarce. But if you do love it, it is worth it. Don't do a degree in something you don't love
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