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How many years of college do you need to become a pediatric nurse?

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to become a pediatrician you have to have 11 to 12 years of college.

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1) What kind of education do you need to become a pediatrician? Pediatricians typically complete 11 years of training to become a pediatrician, including: * 4 years of college * 4 years of medical school * 1 year of an internship in pediatrics * 2 years of a pediatric residency Pediatric specialists, like a pediatric cardiologist or pediatric endocrinologist, also have to complete at least 3 years of specialty fellowship training.


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You will need a sufficient amount of education after high school for a pediatric job. You need 4 years in college, take the MCAT, 4 years in medical school and 3 years in residency to become a pediatrician.


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In most American programs, this involves 4 years of college, then application to medical school, which is another 4 years. This is followed by a 3-year residency training program in pediatrics and a 3-year fellowship training program in pediatric cardiology.


you can be an LPN (1-1.5yrs) RN (2yrs) BSN (4yrs) CRNP (2-3yrs after bsn). So I guess you have to be more specific in what kind of pediatric nursing you want to do? inpatient, outpatient, peds clin spec, peds floor nurse, school nurse, peds practitioner, etc.


In the United States: It typically takes 11 years to become a pediatrician after high school: 4 years of College 4 years of Medical School 3 years of Pediatric Residency



In order to become a pediatric nurse you need to volunteer at a hosptal while you are in high school. This will help with your expierience. Then before you graduate you have to take a test called the NLN which your guidance counselor can tell you about. If you look on the internet for the NLN it will surely prepare you for whats on it. Then after you PASS the test you become a RN (registered nurse) and you need to apply for Medical school which can vary from 2-3 years. After that or during that schooling you need to have your bachelors in Science and you need to get you AA degree in Nursing Science and Nursing English. The nursing AA degree in science is NOT the same as your bachelor degree in Science. Then when you are done with all that schooling you become a nurse and you can go to college for 2 more years to specialize in anything such as PEDIATRIC NURSING. Well good luck with your career, and have fun with it! -TaylorFirst it requires the education necessary to become a Registered Nurse, followed by experience. The exact requirements depend on the State.



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