I need some serious help deciding on my schooling and future career.?
i have had many passions.. im really good at make up ( everyone tells me daily) but.. i feel like i cant get as far with that as other things. i love interior decorating but im not as confident in that as other things..i am really into health and not the smarts of a Dr. but i would love to be a nutritionist.. but then again i feel like i would have to open my own business to make any real money. My goal is not just to do what i like to do .. but i want there to be no limits. I want to make alot of money and provide. i have a 3 year old son and i am 21 years old. i am going to school again in 2 months and i am sleepless over what to do. should i just get a business degree? or should i go for nutritionist? my long term goals with this money is to give my dad the retirement he deserves. his dream is to retire in hawaii. i want to give him that if he cannot give him self that. i will do anything. should i get into real estate? please give me some tips !!! thank u
I suggest that you take an aptitude test. An aptitude test assesses your skills and your interests and matches you to the careers that are right for you.
What’s the difference?
Could anyone suggest the difference between a nutritionist and a dietitian? What does a master’s degree on nutrition and dietetics qualify me as?
They are the same.
A health professional with special training in nutrition who can offer help with the choice of foods a person eats and drinks. Also called a nutritionist.
ok i am working on a degree in nutrition and i don’t know really everything about this. but the army is paying for it.
I want be a nutritionist but where would a nutritionist work? a hospital? I haven’t started my nutrition classes yet and i haven’t even declared a major but i would like to have a major in nutrition and a minor in psychology .
Here is a website from the US occupational outlook handbook: http://www.bls.gov/oco and search ‘registered dietician’ or ‘nutritionist’. RD’s need to have completed a clinical fieldwork at an area hospital, nursing home or non-profit organization before being able to sit for the registration exam to become an RD. There may be some college programs that offer a bachelor’s in (‘general’) dietetics too.
For US colleges: http://www.utexas.edu/world/univ
American Dietetic Association: http://www.eatright.org and they may have more info on accredited programs.
Animal Nutrition or zoology or anything with animals?
Ok, so I almost have a Bachelors of Science in Nutrition. I now kind of realized that I would rather work with animals. If I want to major in Zoology instead now, or at least work with animals, would I have to start school over again? Can I maybe just do two more years since I have all my General Education requirements done and many science classes? Could I maybe just get into a grad school for animal studies with my nutrition degree and do animal nutrition or be an animal nutritionist at the zoo? I don’t want to study like animals that we eat, so not that hehe. I’m soo confused!!
You could see about getting into veterinary school somewhere. You’ll probably have to take the MCAT to get in, maybe the GRE also. Depending on the school, a nutrition degree might actually be a plus. But don’t try to take the MCAT without knowing what you’re getting into.
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