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I am attending a lowly ranked engineering school in the Midwest in fall 2010. I had a few questions on what are the possible career directions I can head to and a few other questions :-
1) What would I be doing if I got a JD/MBA after I get a degree in Mechanical Engineering (which is my major) ?.
(i) What would I be working as ?
(ii) What would be the pay like ?
2) Is Law school a possibility after engineering ?
(i) What steps should I be taking to ensure admission in to law school ?
(ii) Are internationals allowed to study law in the United states (in the sense that how hard would it be to get in and would my chances be limited as compared to the American citizens. Also financial aid may or may not be a problem as I don't know whether I will ask my parents to pay, or work for a few years as an engineer and pay, or ask for aid)
3) I am very much interested in the EECS program (Electrical engineering and computer science program) offered by University of California - Berkley.
(i) Does anyone have an idea about which other schools have the same program and which major should I be taking if I plan to transfer in to this program ?.
4) What is the possibility of an international to get in to med school (I did a bit of research and many public's don't even consider international applicants!. )
(i) what should be a possible strategy for an international engineering major student to get in to med school and become a doctor ?
Note - Firstly , I know most these questions are not even related. But I need to know all these answers and I would appreciate it if someone would help me out. I do not have anyone else to help me out. So please.
Also, I have been on CC for a long time and I would like to end this thread by saying I am not a **** and please do not rule this thread out on assumptions.