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Choosing between bachelor's in Nutrition/Dietician, Nursing, Biochemistry, or associate'sSonography
I am trying to choose between bachelor's in Nutrition/Dietician, Nursing, Biochemistry, or an associate's Sonography (DMS).
-I feel like attending BHCC to do Sonography is way too underachieved for me, morally I would like to see myself with a bachelor's degree.
-Yet, an associate's in DMS make good money, maybe even better than one of my other choices (biochemistry).
-For Nutrition/Dietician I have to pay tuition of 6k a year (which is the max that I can afford). Plus, I need one year of a Master's to work in a hospital as a Dietician.
-Nursing is very hands on and a dedicating job physically, especially with night shifts. BTW, I wish to shadow a nurse and see for myself.
What questions should I ask myself, or what do you think I should choose?