[nabs-l] a college/career question

Lillie Pennington lilliepennington at fuse.net
Wed Jan 29 01:15:27 UTC 2014


Thanks for this information. I will keep it in mind.

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> On Jan 28, 2014, at 7:52 PM, Arielle Silverman <arielle71 at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi Lillie,
> 
> I haven't done any of those exact majors, but instead I majored in
> something called Biology and Society. This combined a basic bio degree
> with courses about the philosophy of science and the impact of science
> on society. For example, I took bioethics, a class about healthcare
> policy and resource allocation, a class on the history of medicine,
> and a class that integrated biosciences with anthropology. This might
> be interesting for you. The program was at Arizona State University
> but there might be similar programs at other schools. Another option
> is to get a master's degree in medical sociology. Good luck!
> Arielle
> 
>> On 1/27/14, Lillie Pennington <lilliepennington at fuse.net> wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> I was looking up some information for a completely unrelated information on
>> google and stumbled on a description of the health science major offered at
>> some colleges. I read this description and became interested in possibly
>> pursuing this idea further after some thought.
>> 
>> I am pondering doing a double major in health science and sociology. I need
>> to look into the sociology further, but it seems that understanding society
>> and related fields will be important, and this field seems interesting to
>> me. Plus, doing a double major is something I have been strongly interested
>> in. I am pondering going for minors in at least psychology. After this, I
>> am
>> thinking of getting a masters in nursing so I can teach/do administrative
>> work/do another sort of nursing career. So. Has anyone studied one/both of
>> these majors, and has anyone done a masters in nursing? I will look on the
>> national organization of nurses with disabilities website to find out more
>> information in the meantime.
>> 
>> Thanks
>> 
>> Lillie
>> 
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