In order to be an obstetrician, one must graduate from college and then from medical school. You can go to any college for undergraduate work as long as you take the classes required to get into medical school. As far as medical school goes, there are several in Oklahoma and the surrounding states. If you are still in high school, it would be best to check with a guidance counselor to get information about the colleges in your area. If you are in college looking for a medical school, check with your school to see if you have a premed advisor. Hope this helps! Dr. B.
what training do you need to become an obstetrician? what training do you need to become an obstetrician?
Any science class will be important.
It is 12+ years of college. Hard, maybe. Can you do it? Sure, if you want it bad enough.
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A medical degree, and a four year residency to become an obstetrician.
You can become both an obstetrician and a pediatrician, but you would have to complete two residency programs.
i takes four years of college 4 yars of med school and 3 years of resdiency
No, you need an M.D. (Doctor of Medicine) to be an Obstetrician/Gynecologist.
go to college
To become an obstetrician, a person will have to go to school for 6 to 12 years, on average. From there, a certain number of years are needed in practice before a person receives a license.
12 years through high school 4 years of college 4 years of med school
You have to major in biology chemistry or health science
An obstetrician must earn a bachelors from a four year college. Afterward, the student will attend medical school for four years. During the last part of medical school they will specialize in obstetrician classes and observation. A one year internship and residency will be completed.
It would take eight years beyond high school completion, and a minimum of three years to fulfill the internship and residency requirements.
One can be either an Obstetrician or a Gynecologist ......or both.
Good grades through high school so that you can get into a reputable college. Good grades in college, preferrably pre-med major with lots of chemistry, biology and other science classes. After college, medical school, then specialize in whatever you want.
You do not need a college degree to become a bricklayer. The only thing that you will need is someone who is experienced to train you and a strong back.
University of Florida College of Dentistry at Gainesville.
After college you go to a dental medical school.
you need to first go to a medical school and complete a medical degree.you become a doctor after 2 foundations years and then specialise for the next 4-5.i chose obstetrics and became a physican in obstetrician.
all of the sciences, English maths and then what ever you like! Your primary concern should be to get good grades and prepare for college, taking the college prep type classes. It will help if you can take AP courses and even do the IB.
It normally takes someone about 8 years of school to become a doctor
A high IQ, combined with very strong study habits.