I will have a bachelors in health science degree, what knid of work can I expect to look for while I go on to further my education?
I think we got the short end of the stick on this one. Its pretty much useless by its self, its a stepping stone degree for graduate school. For like a MD or DO or even a MBA in health care, or maybe even psychology. But just by itself it looks useless, i graduate very soon with mine and im depressed about it. If anyone knows of any jobs let us know otherwise id say just a low admin job at a hospital at that.
It depends on the degree you had finished... Every course you take up has an appropriate field or work you can have when you graduate although there are also some course are fit in the other profession. The most important is you must enjoy your profession, and your are dedicated in work.
With a degree in medical imaging, you can apply at any hospital's radiology department. You can also find local, independent radiology offices to work at.
There are administration jobs you can get within a hospital , patient liaison , or even as a consultant to a hospital for patient care.
Some entry-level medical billing jobs require little to no training, although a majority require at least a 2-year degree in the field, or experience. To get a job in medical billing you need a an associates or bachelors degree in medical coding.
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you have to go to to college and university to get a bachelors degree...
The education requirements vary from only needing a certification in a specified area to needing a bachelors degree and additional schooling for certification in specific areas of medical technology.
A bachelors in communication is a general degree that can be applied to many different fields. Radio, TV, administrative assistants and entertainers are all jobs this degree works well with. Sales and marketing promotion are jobs that also recognize this degree as useful.
Once you have a bachelor degree, you can get a masters degree in whatever you wish. The masters degree will help you get better paying jobs.
If you are ready to start earning a graduate degrees "either a masters degree or a doctoral degree "you will find several universities that accept your bachelors degree and that also expect you to already have a career in the Human Services or other medical field.
none, just go ahead to grad school.
Minimum appears to be a bachelors degree. Depending upon the actual type or field the person will be going into
If the position requires an RCT to have a bachelor's degree, then you meet that requirement.
To obtain treasury jobs one would usually require a minimum of a bachelors degree in accounting or finance. A masters degree in finance or accounting is recommended.
Bachelor's Degree from college. M.D. degree from medical school. Residency certificate of completion - for completion of post medical school training (4 yrs) to become specialized in anesthesiology.