To increase your salary potential and job opportunities, a master's degree in this discipline will help. Your path in this field can begin in high school by taking biology classes. This level may introduce you to bioinformatics. After high school, a bachelor's degree in bioinformatics or computational biology is the next step. Colleges and universities . . .
Majoring in mathematics in college doesn’t mean you are doomed to work in a field with little variety. While mathematician is an excellent career for many reasons, it is far from the only, or even the most popular, career path among graduates of a math degree program. Earning a bachelor’s degree in math will open . . .
IMAGE SOURCE What is Forensic Anthropology? Forensic anthropology is a specialty of physical anthropology (the study of human remains). These scientists assist in the identification of deceased people whose bodies are badly burned, decomposed, mutilated, or otherwise difficult to identify. Their examination of the physical characteristics of an individual, such as skeletal abnormalities can help determine cause . . .
Career Outlook There are several career paths you can take in radiology technology. The degrees differ throughout the jobs in this field. We will expand on these and provide information on the degree options. More importantly, there are plenty of reasons to pursue a career in radiography. Radiologic technologists with an Associate's degree can look . . .
Both registered nurses (RNs) and physician assistants (PAs) work alongside doctors and play an important role in the healthcare industry. For prospective college students considering these two career paths, there is so much overlap that it might be unclear what the differences are. The preparation, professional philosophy, increase in job opportunities and wages differ between . . .
Healthcare is a rewarding career field in many respects. Since doctors and nurses are two of the most prevalent and most visible figures in the healthcare landscape, it makes sense that many students are eager to take on one of these recognizable roles. If you are wondering whether a career as a nurse or a . . .
If you are eyeing a career in healthcare, two popular choices are nurse and diagnostic medical sonographer. Nurses care for patients in settings such as hospitals, doctors’ offices and home health services, while sonographers use sonogram or ultrasound technology to create images of the tissues and organs inside a patient’s body. Graduates of nursing and . . .
Careers in the health industry are consistently in demand. However, students who want to work in healthcare have so many options to consider: doctor, nurse, technician and even biomedical engineer. If you are torn between pursuing a biomedical engineering degree and a traditional medical degree, you need to think about all of the pros and . . .