If you're reading this, I'd thank you if you give some help, and advice!
I will start my senior year in August, and healthcare careers have caught my attentions. I was expecting to be a psychologist; however, due to the fact that if you get a BA degree is possible that you won't get a job in the field you want to until you get a MA and a PhD I just abandoned the idea.
So, I thought of becoming a nurse. At first I wanted to study psychology because of the idea of working with patients, and as a nurse I would do the same, but I could find a work more easily without so much trouble (I think, correct me if I'm wrong please)
After I get a BSN degree I'd like to work and do a MA in Occupational Therapy. Is it possible or advisable? Also I think that as a nurse I would have more clinical training and the skills to treat people and to help them. Most people that seek a MA in OT are psychologists, or biologists; what about BSNs?
If you don't recommend this, what Bachelor degree would you recommend me? I like sciences and humanities, though I'm not so fond of math.
I just want to try my best in life, and help people to have a better quality of life, and for me there's nothing more rewarding than that.
Thank you for all!