Hi, I'm a senior and I'm going into sociology after I graduate. I know there is quite a lot to do in the field, but is my choice of a career path seem....right?
I'm going to major in sociology, maybe minor in criminology and my plan after that is going on to law school. I've been told that it's odd I'm going into socio if I plan on going into law afterwards. At the same time I have met people who have gone to school for the same thing and have loved...
I know getting into medical school is very competitive; generally is it better to go to a "lesser" undergraduate school and excel or is is better to go to a prestigious school and wind up in the middle of the pack?
It's a difficult decision to make, especially when you factor in cost, and scholarship availability in the more competitive schools. I have been going back and forth about trying to get into a more prestigious school for my undergraduate degree, realizing that I'll also have continuing costs...