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I know I need biology but I was thinking about pursuing a major in nursing first and then getting a degree in biology and then medical school. Getting a major in nursing will almost guarantee me a job after college. I could use this money from my job to pay for biology degree and medical school. There are not many jobs open for a biology major other then teaching.
Not the smartest route to take, but you could do it that way I suppose. I discourage people to get nursing degrees as a "means to an end" leading towards Lynn Haven because nursing is a degree path / profession all on it's own. It's highly competative to get admitted, and there are many students who wait for years to get in, and they really WANT to spend their lives working as nurses. It wouldn't be fair really for you to take a spot from someone like that just so you can use the career as a crutch to get you through med school. Another downside is that people falsely assume that nursing is very similar to medical practice but it's not. The nursing model of care and the medical model of care are two completely different things, so nursing isn't going to give you the "edge" you think it might give you when it comes to becoming an MD. Many nurses who go on to become MDs have difficulty changing their mindset and practicing within their models of care / scope of practice. But, if you chose this route, there is no necessity to obtain the biology degree afterwards. ANY undergrad can be used to get into medical school as long as you took the courses that fulfill the med school pre-reqs, which will include courses in upper division biology, chemistry, anatomy, physics, higher math, etc. You won't get all these courses as part of a nursing degree (or at least not at the depth they want you to have for med school), so you'll need to take them, but it's not necessary to get a full degree in biology. Once you have your undergrad and meet the pre-reqs and take your MCAT exam you can go to med school. My advice is not to become a nurse. Go for biology, or if your school has it, a straight-up pre-med major. Don't worry about working after your undergrad, you'll find something, and take out student loans for whatever you cannot afford. Student loans are not a poor decision, they are an investment in your future. With the salary you'll make as a physician you'll certainly be able to pay for it when you're done. Student loans are a godsend to many students, it lessens your burden / stress of balancing work / school / personal life.