Neuroscience not only allowed me to study the biological sciences in depth but also offered exposure to the psychological sciences. However, even after deciding on a major, the question of what I wanted to do after school still lingered.
I had a course of study that I loved, but I still needed to find a career I would be enthusiastic about after I graduated.
After careful consideration, I decided to major in neuroscience.
As I became more involved with the courses in my major, I became more convinced that this was a wise decision.
Genetic counselors provide risk assessment, education and support for individuals at risk for inherited conditions.
The job sounded interesting, but I still had questions.
This is where I’m going to have to do things on my own.
I know it’s going to be hard but I have to stay focused and do what I have to do so I can be a successful person in life.
However, as I began my search for the perfect major and career, one thing remained clear to me: I liked science.
Once I came to that realization, things started falling into place.