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What kind of education do you need to become a pediactrin?

  • To become a pediatrician you will need to go to a 4 year college and get a degree in something like biology. Then you will do 4 years of medical school and then there is 3-4 years of working in a hospital. If you want to specialize in something it could take a few more years working at a hospital. So you are looking at a minimum of 11 years after you get out of high school.

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  • Answer: To become a pediatrician you will need to go to a 4 year college and get a degree in something like biology. Then you will do 4 years of medical school and then there is 3-4 years of working in a hospital. If you want to specialize in something it could take a few more years working at a hospital. So you are looking at a minimum of 11 years after you get out of high school.
  • Answer: You need a vet medicine degree, and 8+ years of college.
  • Answer: To be an eligible CSI agent you need a minimum of 4 years bachelor for Science degree grade of 80+ in one of the following: biology, biochemistry, chemistry, medical laboratory science.


    Note:this may only apply to Canada
  • Answer: an artist? or a cartoon designer, or a job in advertisement of goods.?
  • Answer: Probably look for oceanographic engineering programs. Probably consider that as graduate education.
  • Answer: Senators serve on many different committees. I would hope that a senator had a political science degree and if he/she work on a finance committee that he had experience in finance. If he is on a committee that makes criminal laws that he would be a lawyer.
  • Answer: In North America:
    Before a student can attend a chiropractic college he/she must complete at least 3 years of an undergraduate university degree, but most students at chiropractic colleges have completed their entire 4 year degree (eg: bachelor of science). Students with other undergraduate degrees (eg: BA) are also eligible for chiropractic college, but will find it more challenging without significant background in any of the sciences.
    Following an undergraduate degree, chiropractic college last 3 or 4 years, depending on which school you choose to attend. The World Health Organization has stated that to become a doctor of chiropractic a student must attend no less than 4200 hours of schooling in a chiropractic college after their undergraduate degree. Some schools squish this all into 3 years with no summer holidays, most spread it over 4 years with 2-month summer breaks. Thus, to become a chiropractor, a student must attend a minimum of 6-8 years of post-secondary education, but most have a full 8 years, (after high-school).

    The program at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College is 4 full-time years and courses include microbiology, biochemistry, histology, anatomy, neuroanatomy, physiology, immunology, neuroscience, pathology, pharmacology, biomechanics, functional rehab., clinical diagnosis, orthopedics, nutrition, radiography, radiology and chiropractic principles and techniques in the first two years. The third year involves a little more basic science but primarily the theoretical application of this knowledge. The fourth year is in a clinical setting as an intern with real-life application of this knowledge.Thus, chiropractors graduating in Canada have at least 7 years of university after high school, but most have 8.

    In Australia:
    The 3 year Bachelor of Chiropractic Science offers a solid foundation in science based disciplines including, chemistry, physics, biology, physiology, anatomy etc. Central to these are the core teachings in Chiropractic Principles and Techniques. Students intending on practicing as Chiropractors MUST complete the Master Of Chiropractic to gain proficiency, professional recognition and registration in Australia. The master program takes 2 years full time to complete and entrance is granted only to those with a GPA 3.2 or greater in the Bachelor degree. Units in the masters include neurology, spinal orthopaedics, peripheral orthopaedics, radiology, physical rehab, pharmacology, EPT, nutrition, advanced clinical diagnosis, chiropractic principles and techniques etc.
  • Answer: Pediatricians in the United States require a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) or Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree (attendance in an accredited medical school) and a passing board exam in Pediatrics for one to be a child health physician.
  • Answer: 4 years of undergraduate school
    4 years of medical school
    4-8 years of specialized residency traning
  • Answer: its the same as usa except theyhave longer days
  • Answer: Any government job like that and the FBI require you to have a least a B.S. Degree.
  • Answer: he had a college degree.
  • Answer: i looked it up and its totaly teribele suckish education
  • Answer: you need to have a degree in modeling unless you start off at a young age. you also need to have good grades. also be pretty, tall, and skinny.