Either one might be an appropriate choice. At my undergraduate university, "pre med" was not a major, although there were plenty of pre health professions students. They majored in Biology, biochemistry, and a diversity of other subjects. A friend of mine who was pre med studied math! Most campuses have an advisors to help you with chosing appropriate courses to prepare for a career in the health sciences, but you can expect to take at a minimum: Physics General Chemistry Organic Chemistry Biochemistry zoology Physiology Cell Biology English Before specializing in obstetrics, a student must first become an M.D., and to do that requires medical school, and to get in you need to take the MCAT. This is a standardized test that measures your understanding of the above topics. Additional courses that will help you in your career: Psychology a foreign language business Internship units -- get experience or exposure. You can't usually get much hands on practice at this level but many doctors or hospitals will accept student volunteers or allow students to "shadow" doctors for course credit.
Premed is not a major. You can major in neuroscience but it would be best to take it as a minor and major in biology.
You need to take premed courses if you want to get into a good dental school. Generally that means you major in biology.
You have to major in biology chemistry or health science
A major in Biology, Chemistry, or Health Science would be helpful to get a good start in medical school. These courses for these majors are recommended.
There's no one major specifically, but it would tend to be pre-med or the sciences. In other words, things like chemistry or biology.
You could major in things like Biology, Chemistry, or Physics. Some schools also have a PreMed program- but check because not all schools will let you use that as your major
A person with a Spanish major who wants to be pre-med will need to focus on additional classes that will help with med school. Such classes include chemistry, biology, and math.
pre-med is the major you need to fufill because it gives you all the presiquites course you need to apply to medical school biology is a field of study and antomony is a course you take if you major in the sciences believe it or not biochemistry or chemistry is a excellent major to help prepare you to medical school it fufills all the requirements studies have shown that chemistry and physical science majors to better on the mcat the biology majors.
You would need to major in premed.
Try both majors first and then concentrate on what is most interesting to you.
Answer Why would you bring that question here. Why wouldn't you seek the advice of a teacher or a guidance counsellor An anesthesiologist is a doctor, so you want to have a concentration in pre-med, but really you can major in anything. I will recommend you to major in some type of science, such as human physiology or something like that. But, I'm going to school to be an anesthesiologist and my major is nursing, and biochemistry and cellular and molecular biology (human physiology) with a concentration in premed. An anesthesiologist is a doctor, so you want to have a concentration in pre-med, but really you can major in anything. I will recommend you to major in some type of science, such as human physiology or something like that. But, I'm going to school to be an anesthesiologist and my major is nursing, and biochemistry and cellular and molecular biology (human physiology) with a concentration in premed.
Pre Med, Biology or Chemistry.
One can become a radiologist by earning relevant certificates or an associate's degree or a bachelor's degree in the field of radiography. An associate's degree in radiography is the most common path to become a radiologist. If you would like to go to medical school and become a radiologist, you should study premed subjects, such as biology.
Easy. An artistic geographical economic biology major should be fitting.
It is REQUIRED that you take: 1 year of General Biology + Labs 1 year of General Chemistry + Labs 1 year of Organic Chemistry + Labs 1 Year of Physics + Labs and sometimes a Biochemistry course depending on the med school. Those are the medical prerequisites. You will not have a fighting chance if you do not earn a degree with a 3.4 GPA with a 28+ on the MCAT. Most premeds are Chemistry, Biology, and Biochemistry majors. Good luck. -Sophmore premed 3.6gpa Biochemistry major
You could consider a Major with two Minors.
Yes. You can major in both criminology and in biology.
Biology and then take pre-vet classes
As a general rule, students wishing to carry on to graduate school and study medicine within the US, do not major in premed. Instead they study a series of courses from a range of departments covering basic biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics.These courses are no different to those that would be covered by freshmen majoring in any of those subjects. Premed students tend to major in one of the sciences although estimates are that up to a quarter end up majoring in the humanities.
If you are interested in working as a pediatric oncologist, or any kind of physician, you should major in biology in college. If your college has a pre-med major, you should choose that major.
You should study in Biology. Or ask the person that asks you when you get to college what should pediatricians study in.
The 12 major branches of biology are zoology-study of animals