Do planets, stars, galaxies, and solar systems fascinate you?
Did you love science as a kid?
3. Animal Scientist
Whether it be in a university setting doing research, in a laboratory performing tests, or at a farm operation designing new methods for optimum yield and herd management, animal scientists are busy ensuring agricultural productivity and food safety.
Biology is the scientific study of life and living organisms, and can focus on so many things - how an organism has come to exist, how it is built, how it grows, how it functions, what it does, or where it lives.
A veterinarian is a medical professional who protects the health and well-being of both animals and people.
Physicists study the universe and everything in it, from the very small (quantum) to the very large (cosmology).
7. Molecular Biologist
Molecular biology is a field of science that explores and studies the structures and functions of cells on a molecular level.
A microbiologist is someone who studies the growth, development, and characteristics of microscopic organisms such as bacteria, algae, and fungi.
9. Soil and Plant Scientist
Soil and Plant Scientist
A soil and plant scientist is someone who works in the agricultural field studying the different compositions of soil and the effects they have on plant life, crops, and the national food supply.
An epidemiologist is someone who investigates the causes of disease and other public health problems to prevent them from spreading or from happening again.
11. Chemical Engineer
Chemical engineers are sometimes called "universal engineers" because their knowledge base and abilities are so broad.
An internist is a physician, or a 'doctor of internal medicine', who applies scientific knowledge and clinical expertise in order to diagnose, treat, and practice compassionate care for adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness.
Are you interested in being one of the people that develop new drugs and medications, such as those used to treat cancer or Alzheimer’s disease?
14. Atmospheric Scientist
How interesting would it be to study the Earth's atmosphere and all its inner-workings?