Jun 142014
 

Question by Brenda: HELP ME PICK MY SCIENCE CAREER PATH?
Basically, here are the options:

-Honours life science (more general)
-Biochemical science/biomedical
-Medical physics

I absolutely love science, but most of all I love chemistry, physics and math. I do like biology, but only in terms of diseases, etc.

I love physics but I’m not good with technology, and I don’t have all the prerequisites for going into that program, although I could always obtain the credits. On the midterms for physics, I only ended up getting a 67% average (this was 10% above average though).. so I don’t even know if I can handle more physics.

I wish I could go on taking all of the science courses, I don’t know what to do.

I also have to consider what will get me in a better position for graduate school. I plan on going into research most likely.

Can anyone please offer some suggestions?!

Best answer:

Answer by C_Rock136
Since you seem to like diseases in biology you could become a medical microbiologist which deals with microorganisms and disease. In terms of chemistry, physics, and math — you could become a chemical engineer which only requires 4 years of school and involves all 3. If you like life science in general, maybe something related to animals interests you such as wildlife biology, zoology, or marine life biology. Whatever path you choose, your heading down the right road, you will graduate with a better starting pay and better options in science and math then someone who choose the liberal arts road. Good luck in your future endeavors.

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Oct 012013
 

Question by Moe: What school path should I take for wounded warrior amputees and prosthetics?
So I have a GED now and I’m going into a community college to study liberal arts for an associates degree. I really have the desire to work at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center with the wounded warriors. I wasn’t sure what school I should transfer into after community college let alone what i should get a degree in. I wanted to work with amputees and prosthetics. I looked into biomechanical engineering but I don’t necessarily want to create the prosthetics. I want to be more of a therapist to the wounded warriors. Maybe Physical Therapy or a Physical Therapist’s Assistant? but then, what would I concentrate on if I wanted specifically to work with amputees? I thought of Occupational Therapy but again, I don’t know what to specialize in or how I would do it. I want to get a really good education but I’m unsure of places that would offer the things I would need. I also wouldn’t mind minoring in neuroscience or maybe human physiology If that would even help? I’m so confused and unsure of what to do.
****I’m in liberal arts now because I don’t have much of a educational background past 10th grade. So i wanted to take basic classes of math and what not. i figured classes in liberal art could easily be transferred over to another major.

COULD YOU PLEASE HELP ME INSTEAD OF TELLING ME TO GO TALK TO MY ADVISOR. I DON’T HAVE ONE YET, I’M GOING TO SCHOOL IN THE SPRING.

Best answer:

Answer by Dawn
Go to the Walter Reed Medical Center Website and see what jobs they’re hiring for–looks like all nursing right now.

You don’t need to worry now about whether you’ll major in amputees or paraplegics. Even Physical or Occupational Therapy is a choice for the future. Both of those require degrees beyond a BSc .

Take as many science and math classes as you can while you’re getting your AS (after you finish your beginning classes at CC, go for an AS degree, not an AA). That will put you in a better place for entrance for any of the health sciences. They’re all very competitive programs.

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There are programs for Physical Therapy Assistant and Occupational Therapy Assistant that will not require nearly as much schooling. That may be a good way to go. Once you’re employed as an assistant, the hospital/rehab center may help with your tuition for further schooling. Check for assistant schools near where you are.

Good job going back to school!

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Jan 252012
 

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Dec 192011
 

Question by : help with a career path.?
So i just graduated high school and i have no idea what i want to do. i really thought about going into egyptology but thats an 8 year degree!! Im really interested in ancient cultures and really old mysteries like easter island and stonehenge ect. I sat down and thought about some classes i would like to take but when i look at the list it just looks like a bunch of random classes that wouldnt form into a career. Heres the list.
Geology
Anthropology
symbolic studies
religion
Ancient history
Astronomy
Ancient Text and languages
Mythology
Egyptology
Archeology.

i also really like studying space and planets. but im terrible at math and that plays a pretty big part in an astronomers career.
I want to be realistic here though. If i could take the guy from “Legend Quest” the show on scyfi That would be my dream job. but i highly doubt thats gonna happen.
I also want to travel and see the world. I like studying ancient greek and roman folklore and mythological creatures. I love being outdoors and studying animals and such. So a traveling job would be amazing for me.So if anybody could help me out as to any career paths i could take and jobs to look at it would be greatly appreciated.

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Answer by soaplakegirl
Try archeology. That sounds like it would be a good fit for you.

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Nov 062011
 

Question by Emily R: What are some good books on spirituality and finding the right path and balance in life?
I had A lot going on in my life, I feel like im at a cross roads and a little lost, So I would like to get some good books on spirituality, finding the path to balancing your life.

Thanks

oh and to make clear Please dont suggest books about christianity. Thanks

Best answer:

Answer by gutbucket
Maybe a book on Zen would help you.

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Oct 262011
 

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