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What kind of career can I go into with Human Sciences?

Hi, at the moment I am currently studying Human Sciences BSc at King’s College London. The course involves aspects of Pharmacology, Physiology, Biochemistry, Reproduction, Development and Embryology, Genetics, Anatomy, Nutrition, Cell Biology and Metabolism, plus other studies of the human form. I’ve researched into what I can do, but most searches come up with resarch or teaching. I don’t want to go into researching, the last thing I want from life is to be sat in a lab doing experiments for the rest of my life! Teaching seems to be the only option and I wouldn’t mind it but before I commit to a career, is there anything else out there I can do?
Is there anyone out there with a Biological degree? What career are you in now? I know I should have given this thought before I chose the course, I don’t need to be told that, but I chose it because the human body is an amazing thing, and I love learning more about it.

Serious answers only please, thank you for your time.
Is there anything other than Forensics? I’ve been to a careers advisor and they told me to go into Environmental health and Administration work.

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  • 38gdg says:

    Forensic research is quite interesting if you like that sort of thing.

    September 16, 2011 at 2:44 am
  • Firefly says:

    forensics!

    sorry dont know see your local career advisor.

    September 16, 2011 at 3:19 am
  • SexyTrojan says:

    With a science degree there are very few options outside of teaching and laboratory work.

    Here are some options I can think of:

    Get your MBA, and go in the business side of a science company.
    You could go into sales for a pharmaceutical firm.
    You could become an engineer.

    September 16, 2011 at 3:50 am
  • bumbleboi says:

    You could carefully consider who you might want to teach which may make this decision easier and more attractive.
    e.g. Student Nurses, Medical Students, Other allied Clinical Professions, Teenage kids at school or college, Adult Learners.

    September 16, 2011 at 4:19 am
  • jeromeduuude says:

    That’s an interesting question. I would like to have some feedback on that as well.

    Social engineering maybe? Leading groups, not perse teaching
    But because you have an extensive knowledge of people, behaviour and interaction.
    There are jobs that require such insights.
    Like you could lead a cultural-youth centre.
    Wich means involving with different people and youngsters alot.
    And if its a big youth-centre that also provides parties form time to time.
    You could get into organizing such events wich IS interesting if you ask me.
    I know, I did some of it.
    And if it were big parties on weekends that would have 300-400
    people attending your organized party.
    That is quite an enjoyment.
    You’d have to lead everything and all the different aspects into place.
    And even attend into all the different aspects of it, including bartending yourself
    Thats very pleasing.

    If your good at it and local authorities recognize your work.
    because its benefical for the social environment and well being.
    You could be offered other jobs where you would have to advise people involved in society building/engineering

    Sorry if you do nto understand some words or phrases. English is not my native language.

    September 16, 2011 at 4:51 am

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