If you're up the challenge, do a double major in 4 years at a good school. That way, you have enough time for internships and such, as well as being able to maintain and higher GPA and having time to network.
Doing a bachelor in 2 years will not benefit you in the long run more than what I mentioned above.
>>1090795 >>1090783 I did a double major in mechanical engineering and physics, and no employer cared about my physics work at all. I would recommend doing a Master's, or at least taking some grad classes in your field, instead.
>>1090783 Did a 6 semester degree in 3. Yes, it was a meme degree (business); yes I was lucky my uni allowed me to do my Bachelor thesis before completing all taught modules; yes it was only possible because Business had no labs or practices and also no other required attendance classes.
I did it because I failed another degree and didn't want to lag behind too much.
Would i recommend it? Only to shut-ins like myself who'd otherwise waste the time on the internet. It also helped me to research threads on a forum that catered specifically to students who rush their degrees (it wasn't in English, though).
By the way: employers didn't like it too much. Probably they were skeptic due to the previous failed degree, you might have another experience regarding this matter.
Generally it's already not bad if you finish in the recommended time, desu.
>>1091038 >Physics and Computer Science STILL can't program worth shit >Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering Literally the same >Business and Finance/Economics Not bad, but you could do an MBA in that amount of time
>>1090783 The best you can do is 3 years starting from nothing. Certain classes you need for your major are only available once a year and must be taken in order.
I did my degree in 3.5 years thinking I was going to start working as soon as I got out. I was taking a minimum of 16 credits a semester, with most being 17, and the final semester being 19 credits.
I finished and did nothing but smoke weed and play video games hoping my dream job would come around. 2 years of unemployment and a few shitty jobs later I got a decent job. Should have done the 4 years like everyone else.
>>1090783 You'll have to request a maximum credits per term extension so you can fit 7 or 8 classes a term. You gotta talk to an advisor to make it possible. He will most likely monitor your progress and discontinue it if you get bad grades. If you already have a deep understanding of the major you'll have better chances. Ie: Doing Spanish degree and you're Spanish.
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