I want to study something in the medical field with either being a dentist or doctor. Which science courses should i take? I have two choices, with either Honors physics or Anatomy and Physiology.
I'm currently picking my classes for my junior year. I also want to make sure I save my time for when im in college.
What are good fields in engineering? Specifically mechanical engineering and product design. What careers can you pursue with extensive experience in CAD and product design?
Hi, I'm a high school students interested in the medical field and I was wondering what are the various daily aspects included in radiation therapy? For instance, what skills do you use the most (applied mathematics and sciences)? Is the job emotionally taxing? What does daily life look like?
As I've been looking into more colleges for admissions, I've noticed that not all of them have either kinesiology or exercise science. After looking more into it, I can't decide whether exercise sciences or kinesiology would be better suited for my major to help get my doctorate.
Why should you take years of school for different careers?
In my first year of college, any tips?
What strategies have proven effective for professionals in your particular field to achieve long-term career success, and how can I integrate them into my own career development plan?
I am a current sophomore in high school. I enjoy helping others and am interested in doing something in law or possibly healthcare.