medic170 said:Why do you only have science majors listed, a lot of us majored in non-science areas? I chose "other"
SirTony76 said:Also, if you have a subspecality please note that as well. For example, my major is Biomedical Engineering and my specific tract is Biomechanics.
docjolly said:Hmmm...where are the humanities majors?
I myself am a History major
SirTony76 said:For those of you in medical school...how did the engineering degree help you with interviews?
pakidoc said:i always got the question... do you think that engineering and medicine have something in common or do you see them combining or 'mingling' in the future
SirTony76 said:lol...how did you answer that one?
Mimidoc^2 said:psychology with religion minor Despite all the science pre-reqs I crammed into the last 2 years, I still didn't take enough classes in chem or bio to receive a minor in either subject. Has only been brought up by 1 of about 25 interviewers, though!
Anastasis said:Double Degree - one with Psychology w/ Religious Studies minor and the other in English - Literature emphasis.
I thought I was all unique with that Psyc/Rels thing. Oh well - nice to know I'm not alone!!
pakidoc said:with the recent advancements being made in microchip and silicon nanotechnology there is definitely a combining of the two fields. In the next 10 to 20 years engineers will be heavily employed in designing and building nano devices that will be used as sensors/detectors and even actuators in the body. in my senior design class at X uni, we build a 1 inch device that when implanted in diabetics can detect serum glucose levels and accordingly release a controlled amount of insulin in the blood.