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Need advice about pursuing masters.
I currently study chemical engineering with Spanish minor, and was originally planning to directly go to medical school. However, due to financial reasons compounded with bleakly low international student acceptances rate, I have been thinking more and more about my alternate career route and going to graduate school to pursue masters degree, and if I end up really liking it, pursue Ph.D as well.
Besides studying medicine, I also want to study something biology related, but not entirely biology. I want to focus on human medicine side, i.e. studying the engineering of drug, medical tools(I guess these two are parts of bio-nanotechnology?), or maybe biomedical engineering too. I also would like to do researches in medicine.
I would like some advice in what discipline I should pursue masters to open up potential careers as much as possible. Chemistry? Biomedical engineering? bioengineering? Or just go into chemical engineering? Biochemical engineering?
Thanks...I feel so pressured to choose my future as soon as possible because I will at fastest graduate by next winter.