What classes should I take in order to become an Doctor or work in a medical area?
Please indicate your choice, for electives, in order of preference. Include 3 full credits and 3 half credit electives.
FULL CREDIT ELECTIVES HALF CREDIT ELECTIVES
Art 1 Art Foundations ½
Automotive Technology I Asian Art
Chorus Basic House Wiring
College Accounting Cars, Homes, and Loans
College Business Ceramics I
Computer Animation I Child Development I or II
CP French I Computer Toolbox
CP French II Computers in Management
CP Portuguese I CPR, AED, Community First Aid & Safety
CP Spanish I Current Events
CP Spanish II Drama Workshop
Criminal Justice Economics
Design I Fashion Construction I
Entrepreneurship-Shark Tank Film Studies
Fabrication Technologies Food and Nutrition I
Finance Graphic Design
Honors French II IDEA Lab
Honors Spanish I International Business I
Honors Spanish II Literature and Philosophy
Introduction to Business Medical Careers & Personal Wellness
Introduction to Journalism Multi-genre Writing
Legal Studies Multimedia Productions
Mandarin Chinese I Music Appreciation
Marketing & Social Media Pop Culture & Literary Theory
Structure Design Public Speaking
Science Fiction and Fantasy as Literature
Small Engine Technology
Spanish for Business
Spanish for Healthcare
Warmongers and Peacemakers
Woodworking Technologies 1/2
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most of the schooling for medicine happens in college, but you can prep yourself to take those kinds of classes in college (like bio and chemistry) by taking a rigorous science schedule in high school. beyond that "medical careers & personal wellness" seems like an obvious one to me. maybe less obviously, "multi-genre writing" might be a good option—medical writing is a really important skill for doctors and others in medicine, and medical schools will actually look for writing ability and knowledge alongside the sciences.
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