It depends on where you go. Most community colleges that I know of have 2.5 years. If you work at an animal hospital, they can train you on the spot, but you won't be licensed.
how many years in college does it take to become a diagnostic radiologist noninvasive?
yes! 8 years of school after college. 2 years of intern at hospitals
it depends on where you go to undergraduate school and medical school...however, you can expect to spend anywhere from $80,000 to over $150,000 to become a radiologist. As well, you will spend about 13 years in college to become a radiologist.
Four Years are needed
2-5 years of college are needed to become an artist.
You need to take as much science as you can in high school. You also will have 4 years of med. school and 1 year of internship, 4 years of residency in Radiology department.
College is not required to be a DJ.
about 4 years then 4 it will equil 8 years
4 years of regular college and then 4 years of medical school for a total of about 8 years
4 to 5 years
A radiologist (not to be confused with a radiology technician) is a physician with a specialty in radiology. This would take four years for the bachelor's degree and four years of medical school. There will also be an additional three or more years to complete the internship and residency requirements.
2 years :D
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Four years in college is needed for becoming a good chef
4 years B.A.
It is usually about 4 years - depending on where you go
No college education is needed to be a corrections officer.
4 years in college
Their is no educational requirement to become a singer.
Im pretty sure your supposed to attend 4-6 years of college to become a video game designer.
A radiologist is a medical doctor. It requires 4 years of undergraduate college, four years of medical school, one year of internship and 4 years of residency. In total, this is 13 years of school.