Hi everybody, I wanted to know if anybody could give me into any advice in the way of a career path. I'm having trouble wading through the literature and requirements, and I'd appreciate a bit of guidance. I have a short laundry list of sleep disorders and I've decided that I'd like to pursue a career in the study of sleep, and I would love to engineering devices to further and treat sleep disorders. Here's my conundrum: My local university (Northern Arizona University) has a biomedical science major. I can attend this school in the fall. Arizona State University (ASU) has a biomedical engineering major, but would render my current math and science courses moot as they only transfer as electives. ASU has a series of chemistry, physics, and calculus courses for engineers. I would have to wait a year to attend this school. -I just took Calc 1 and General Chem 1 over the summer at the local community college. -While I would be annoyed to retake these classes, I'm not so far dug in that it would be terribly discouraging to restart the sequences. I'm more concerned about forgetting the material in the meantime. -I already have a degree from this university system and would not need to repeat my liberal studies requirements. I'd like to pursue my Masters' degree, so I looked at the admissions criteria of the biomedical engineering program at a university with a school of sleep medicine (Stanford) and they said, This is the site for the course requirements of the http://www.stanford.edu/dept/registrar/bulletin/5200.htm" [Broken]. So my question boils down to: If I go to NAU, can I do something to supplement these classes which are not offered? Or, would I just be wasting my time and should attend ASU next year? Or should I pursue another degree, go to med school and pursue the study of sleep that way? Engineering MD's are not unheard of, I'm sure. I really want to study sleep therapies that don't involve pills. Wow, sorry guys. I didn't mean to make this so long.