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The word "medicine" is a very broad word and means a lot to the medical field. I think before you start planning your classes you should think more about what you want to do in the field of medicine. Do you want to work with kids, adults, animals, old people? Or do you not want to work with people or animals but work in a lab? Once you have these answers you'll need to think about what you want to do in your career. Do you want to do surgeries? Operate on organs? Work in the emergency room? Do you want to work with kids who have cancer? Do you want to be a nurse? A nurse practitioner? Do you want to research cancer? Do you want to become a veterinarian? For a specific animal? Do you want to hang out in labs researching medicines? Do you want to have relationships with regular clients? What interests you about medicine? The mind? The body? Do you want to work in a hospital? Or a clinic? Your answers to these questions will help you figure out how long you'll need to go to school, and only then should you start planning your classes. :)
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I do think medical management would be great for you, help make a lot of difference in this field if you want to see change in this world. This is for your associates or try medical assistant, surgical tech etc.