Could you not do a combined degree? BEcon BSc? That said, most degrees have free space, so you can probably do core units of bio and use your spares for economics etc.Well both coolking and I are 1 year ahead for our age so w/e
I am interested in Biology. My plans are that I'll do a general biology major in Uni and then go on and do an Md-PhD course or just a PhD and then work in a research lab of sorts. But then again, I enjoy Economics so I am looking into Bio-Economics also, though our school is a shit-hole and so we can only choose one from Biology and Economics, since I prefer Biology over Economics, I'll pick Biology. I'll be doing - Biology/Chemistry/Physics/Math/English in 11th Grade [Junior year iirc]
So yeah they're quite the standard subjects. I'll probably take up Economics in University for a term or something.
As far as I'm aware, most universities don't allow you to dabble in music as part of the degree; you need to actually be doing a music degree to do so. I would instead recommend looking into the clubs, societies, and bands. Universities frequently have Jazz Clubs, Musical Societies, choirs, and so forth. A friend of mine who did his Science degree with me has since gone to Oxford for his PhD, and joined an A Capella group called "Out of the Blue", featured recently on Britain's Got Talent.I also have an avid interest in music. I want to maybe take up a few courses in relation to music in University. Lets see how that goes, this may be easy for me to do since I can play a lot of instruments and sing. Aside from that, I also play sports, I play football [soccer] and I play basketball (though I'm absolutely crap). I'm not going to focus on sports too much, but I'll try my hand at it again, nothing too seriously.
Most universities also have revue programs, where musicians and singers are often required. At USyd, each faculty plus the Queer Society and Women's Society run their own revue.