I'm thinking of studying human biology at the university of South Wales and I'm not 100% sure on the idea yet and have a few worries.
On the open day, the lecturer mentioned learning the physics of breathing, now I was never great at physics so I'm curious to how much that plays a part in this course.
Another thing is it says you need another science as well as biology. Is maths classed as a science? I have chemistry but am considering dropping it.
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- 16-09-2015 16:18
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- 17-09-2015 09:31
Look at course structures to get an idea of what will be taught. All sciences are interrelated at an academic level so you'll find that chem math and physics come in to play when you're learning about biological phenomena. There'll be plenty of support for people who's strength isn't physics so don't worry too much about it. And yes math is a science.