So, while I do love nursing and have no intention on changing my major, I've always known bedside nursing isn't enough for me. I've always planned on going on to get my NP or CRNA (after more research/job shadows are conducted) Lately, for whatever reason, I've been thinking about the PA or maybe med. school route after college and trying out working as a nurse.I know, nursing students don't get into med school, but hey they take art majors sometimes too? After all, it's only a thought, an idea if you will. Nothing is set in stone.Okay, let me get to the point... so would taking a biology minor aid in getting into a graduate program, be it NP, CRNA, PA, or med school? I really love biology, but I have the feeling doing a nursing/biology double major would be just a little bit overwhelming.I've heard in some cases minors are just a joke, and I find that justifed if I were to stop after my BSN, but considering I'm fairly sure I'll be furthering my education in a health related field would a minor be worth it or just be a waste?I feel like I'm cheating on nursing for thinking of even taking a possibly medical path instead of a nursing path!