Probably something involving math and science... but I'm just shooting out stuff now, i could be wrong
To get an actuarial job, you have to have a bachelors degree in mathematics, science, economics or business.
better you do master's
You could probably get a job in sports health and as a councelor in sports health or a trainer.
You can be a gardener on the Moon
it isnt that important once you get a job
With the Associates of Science in Health Science, a graduate can get a job as a lecturer or tutor in one of the medical colleges and institutions. Secondly, an Associate of Science in Health Science can be hired by the medical research firms.
You can become a nurse, or a personal carer. That's pretty much it.
science mean's ''having knowledge''-it is the process of observing thing's in our world.
To require a entry level job as any kind of of engineer a person will usually be required to have a bachelors degree in engineering. Sometimes a bachelors in physical science or maths would also be suitable.
I was thinking health inspector
"A bachelors degree in science can be used for a variety of jobs. You could land a job in a laboratory, and you could also substitute for schools in science teaching positions."
I Obtained a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences and it has enabled me to be admitted to various graduate schools.
Political Science Job is a person with a bachelors degree in political science can lead to exciting careers in federal state and local governments law and business. You can find out about it at www.apsanet.org and they make about 100k.
there will be no science without maths because science deals with a lot of calculation. for example physics and chemistry deals with calculus which is a mathematics topic.
With a degree in Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics, one can land a government job as a Population Health specialist. One can also work in clinics as a Clinical Informatics specialist, or a Clinical Informatics analyst.
i think it is a job where you manage the admin section of things in the hopital.
you have to be smart and you have to be able to be commited to your job. you also have to have a degree for meteorolgy. you can also start from another field such as mathematics, oceanography,physics, or computer science. you have to be smart and you have to be able to be commited to your job. you also have to have a degree for meteorolgy. you can also start from another field such as mathematics, oceanography,physics, or computer science.
Psychologists usually require a bachelor's. A PhD for psychiatry. With an AS in Applied Science in behavioral health you could be a social worker.
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.
In order to get a job in the industry of surveillance you should get a bachelors degree in Surveillance Science. This can be attained at local or state colleges.
Computer Science and Mathematics are both in very high demand currently.
Finding a job at Oracle requires a bachelors degree (computer science related), at least some work experience in the field and an Oracle Certification, which can be acquired in special courses held by Oracle.
Yes, you can get a job with AA and then go to college and work up to a bachelors degree.