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integralmgmtIf you don't want to go for becoming an MD, I'd shoot for Physician Assistant. They're in high demand right now because its a hell of a lot cheaper to hire a PA than a doctor. Its undergrad and then two years for a PA program. Salaries are usually right around $100,000. The great thing about PA is that you can still specialize to a degree, meaning you could be Emergency Medicine if you wanted to work in the ER, or you could go Pediatrics, or work in a family practice. Also, no malpractice to worry about, but you don't have near the level of autonomy which MDs are able to operate with.
uyghurBump, can I get an undergrad degree at a different state and then come back to my home state to get a practioner's license? Also any extra info would be great.