Yes you need a degree http://www.wikihow.com/Become-a-Physician-Assistant
teachers, doctors and dentists need a college and graduate degree
A graduate degree is a degree past the basic four years of college that most people take. So, you can get a Master's degree or your PHd and be considered to have a graduate degree.
I need to graduate and start looking for jobs in the position that i have my degree on.I need to keep doing what i need to do so i can get my degree and move on with my education or career.
First you need to get an Associate's degree. From there you need to receive your Bachelor's degree. Then you move on to your Undergraduate and Post Graduate degrees. Then I believe you need to get your Graduate and Doctorates degree. So that is a total of six degrees you need to achieve to become a doctor.
No,Not Necessarily But you Do need an Cosmologist Degree And/Or Graduate from an Beauty School
You need a doctorate's degree in Veterinary Medicine, which is a graduate degree you obtain after completing a bachelor's degree.
You need a law degree in graduate school and an undergraduate degree that is acceptable to the law school.
bachelor's degree and pre med degree.
Yes you'll need prior education, you will need to get a bachelor's or an undergraduate degree first before you can apply for a graduate school to get a master's degree.
A bachelor's is a three or four year degree, depending on where you take it. It is your basic college degree. A graduate degree is a "post-graduate" degree, such as a Master's or a PhD/DPhil. A graduate degree is anything above the bachelor's degree. They build on each other. You need a bachelors degree to get a graduate degree. A BS or BA typically takes 4 years to complete; whereas, an MS or MA can take up to 2 years after you recieve a bachelor's degree, and a PhD requires more education above the master's degree.
To get a degree in medicine: If you mean in your question how long does it take to become a "doctor" or "physician" or have "Dr." in front of your name, well then it takes 4 years of college, and then 4 years of medical school. When you graduate you will be a medical physician. To first be able to get a degree in medicine, you need to complete your GCSE at A-C in all subjects. Then you will need to take biology and chemistry at A level and AS level. Then you need to take the medical degree at a University. And then you have your degree. It will take you at least five years or more but it will be worth it! :D
educational background needed if a physician wants to become a family practitioner
you need a bachelors degree and a pre med degree
You need about 8 or 9 years But you don't got to college you HAVE to go to university to become a family doctor or in other words a family physician!!! :)
you need to graduate high school, and you need a jr. college degree.
To become a physician assistant, you must have a bachelor degree, and some experience in the medical field. After that, you can take an educational degree to become a physician assistant. It usually takes about 2 years.
You will need to take a Doctor of Jurisprudence post-graduate degree.
An ophthalmologist is a medical physician. She/he needs a lot more than a bachelor's degree.
This job requires and associates degree to a bacholer's degree! You will also need to be a high school graduate!
Majoring in management does not require a post graduate degree, although it is a pipeline that often ends with graduate school. Many Management graduates go on to careers right out of school.
A Bachelor of Science is the undergraduate degree required for a Graduate or Masters degree in Supply Chain Management. Most schools and universities provide a B.S. to their students.
Assuming you are referring to a physician, you would need a MD (Doctor of Medicine) degree.
Never, you have to have an undergraduate degree before you can pursue a graduate degree. In other words, you need your bachelors degree before you can get a MBA.