Biology has always intrigued me; that is why I took advanced biology courses every year during high school. I chose cardiology in particular for medical school because cardiac diseases run in both sides of my family. I have seen my grandmothers get pushed into the emergency rooms and I thought they were not going
As I began college, I decided not to choose a major at first. It was not until the beginning of this semester that I declared Biology as my major. I have always been interested in science, and it has always been one of my best subjects. Since I was little, my dream has been to become a doctor. As I have taken more classes, trying to weed out what I do and do not like, I have discovered that sciences are what interest me the most. Currently I have an emphasis in pre-professional studies which means that my major is leading me to attend a medical school after I graduate from Arkansas State University.
After completion of high school, I moved on to Barry University where I majored in the premedical sciences in pursuit of my ultimate goal of becoming a medical doctor. A career in medicine is the only goal I have had as a child since my dad handed me an anatomy atlas while in primary school. The task was daunting, but with hard work and many late nights I persevered. The experience of college developed my communication skills, exposed me to several cultures and helped me to mature as a leader.
My major is Biology Pre-Med. I chose this particular major because I eventually want to become a doctor. The thing I like about this field is I like helping people; I want to save as many lives as possible.
When I started out at MPC I was considering nursing. After taking a few science classes I realized I enjoyed my Gender and Woman studies and Early Childhood Education classes much more. I will be taking my first Sociology class this next semester and am looking very forward to
And right now, I will definitely go for Dental hygiene. What a dental hygienist will basically do is clean teeth, examine patients for signs of oral diseases such as gingivitis, and provide other preventive dental care. They also educate patients on ways to improve and maintain good oral health. Those works are not 100% fit my personality and interest but it does fit 85%. However, it is really hard to get in this major because of its competition. I will try my best no matter what; since I love to help people, especially when my help could make themselves better. I want to cleaning stuff, such as detail things. Moreover, I love talking to people, not like talking to satisfy people but talking to give them
Then lo and behold my surgery occurred on July 22, 2015. It was a grueling 6-hour long surgery. I spent a week in the hospital and I was in tremendous pain for weeks afterwards. I was not able to enjoy my summer like everyone else, as I was stuck in bed for the entire time. But guess what. My back was straight. It was over. No more brace. No more looking crooked and feeling self-conscious about it. My mind was finally free.
Please identify your chosen major and explain why you chose this field? * Through the last two years as a student at Manchester Community College, I have been able to experience numerous classes and meet wonderful professors. In my first semester of college, I decide to take a general psychology class with Dr. Francine Rosselli-Navarra. She taught me that psychology is a science, which studies our minds and behaviors. After that class I knew that I did not just want to study the physical feature of the brain and the brain process, but how the interactions with and within our brains that produce our cognitive functions. After completing that psychology class I realized that I did not wish to be a biology major anymore, instead I wished to study in the field of Neuroscience, which is a combination of both biology and psychology.
1)Briefly tell us what program you plan to pursue, and where you will be attending secondary education. Next year I will attending Drake University and majoring in Health Sciences. As of right now I am thinking about becoming a Physical Therapist, but I am still open to other health science careers.
I even took health science classes as part of the medical academy three years in a row during high school because I always thought that I wanted to enter the medical field. However, towards the end of my senior year in high school, I wondered to myself if I wanted to go through numerous years of college, medical school, residency, and fellowship that required a copious amount of time and money in order to become a doctor. I think one of the biggest obstacles for me deciding on Biomedical Sciences is the time and money required to finally show results of my decision. With that said, I really enjoyed my time in the health science classes I took throughout my high school years because it was really fun and I liked the idea of helping people. Therefore, that is one of the biggest reasons for my conflict in actually choosing to major in Biomedical Sciences. If I took Biomedical Sciences, I know that it leads me towards a path of becoming a physician, pharmacist, dentist, physician’s assistant, and many other medical careers, but I still don’t exactly know if it is right for me. Even in the My Plan assessments that I took, it said that health care is number two in the areas that I have a match
With the many choices that go with college, one of the most important decisions is what you want to do. For me, I have decided to go into the medical field. Miami University and the University of Cincinnati both have very good pre med programs. In order to
I will major in becoming a Registered nurse and becoming a police officer. The reason why I chose to major in becoming a Registered Nurse and Police officer is because I want to take care of sick patients. I also want to protect our community and prevent violence from happening all the time. I will love to work in hospitals , cliniclas , and Va’s. Being apart of the police force is a good look i will like to go through the basic training and prove than i can do the job.
I want to pursue a career in the medical field, because I truly have a passion in helping others. At a young age I watched my premature sister and grandpa benefit from Physical Therapy. I saw the positive impact in their strength and mobility. It made such an impression on me I knew this was what I wanted to do with my life by the time I was in the ninth grade.
My interest in science has been a passion of mine since the start of middle school where I learned to excel and discover new learning opportunities. I choose to major in Biology my junior year, since I have started my undergraduate classes has giving me the pleasure of wanting to pursue a career of working in the medical field.
Overall, I know that I have my mind set on pursuing the Care, Health and society major because there are a lot of different type of work I can do with many different focusses. I also took into consideration that jobs in the heath care system will never vanish because as long as there are humans living we will consistently need these occupations to take care of them. Plus, the medium range for this major is decent, I mean you cant become rich but its defiantly livable and money isn’t my only motive so I’m willing to settle for something less if its something I love doing. I would eventually love moving up the ranks and become a lead director within something related to projects for public outreach and be in charge and manage data base and personal within the company I will be working with.