About courses available in science sector

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what are the different courses available for average student in science sector except engineering and medical?
Courses in Science other than Engineering and Medicine
There are some tracks where you commit yourself to a career for life, which you should choose only if you have explored the tracks completely and are convinced about them. Other than engineering and medical, these can include: architecture, biotechnology, the defense services such as army, airforce and navy, and specialized tracks such as becoming a pilot. If you don't want to commit early, you can take up BSc courses: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Maths and others. Check your local university website to get a list of available courses. These can vary. Moving on these general tracks helps you stay connected with the sciences and keeps you open to a whole range of options after graduating: further education in the related field if you want to, in India or abroad, programmes in business and management, government jobs such as IAS, IPS, IFS, and even regular administrative and sales/marketing roles in organizations. The thing to remember is that clarity on our career direction comes at various stages for different people. It's best to avoid over specialization and to choose to stay on the general tracks till that happens.

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