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Grad program in Biochemistry- what physics should I take?

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Default Grad program in Biochemistry- what physics should I take?



So I am working on my BS degree right now in Chemistry with a biochem emphasis. My school is trying to get a full blown biochem major approved by the spring semester, and I will switch if they do. If I end up having to stay in chemistry, I need calc based physics. If i am able to switch to biochem, algebra based is fine. I have taken algebra based already.
I dont know if I should take two semesters of calc based to be safe or cross my fingers it gets approved? If I go on to work on my PhD, will I need Calc based physics anyways?

Thanks in advance.
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