What medical training could I use with a business degree?
I'm a sophomore business major, but in college I've begun to take more of an interest in biology and science. I've been considering combining my business education with something in the medical field, but I don't see anything that really relates. I'd like to find something that I could double major/minor in that would help me get involved with the growing medical field. I've considered nursing, but it seems exclusive (ie. either you're an RN or an accountant - not both). Is there any way I could relate a business degree to the medical field?
Asked By: jimbad05 - 3/24/2007
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Answered By: silvcslt - 3/24/2007
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Nope. no job ive heard of does business and bio together. Get a med degree.
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