Asked in Education
Name two high school subjects required for entry into a career in science?
October 19, 2011 8:57PM
In New Zealand schools, the recommended subjects to get into science include:
chemistry, biology, physics and english, with one of either calculus, stats and another subject like geography or classics.
Asked in Digital Cameras, Cameras, Photography
What school subjects are required for photography?
Asked in Job Training and Career Qualifications, School Subjects, US Marine Corps History and Traditions
What high school subjects are required to study environmental engineering?
Asked in High School
What subjects are needed for marketing in high school?
For fashion design what school subjects are required?
Which school subjects are required for chartered accountancy?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Subjects required to take in high school to become a dentist?
Asked in Colleges and Universities
What subjects are required in high school to study medicine in college?
What high school subjects do you need to become a physiotherapist?
What subjects starts with N?
Asked in Thomas Edison
What were thomas edisons favorite school subjects in school?
Asked in School Subjects
Why is choosing subjects in school so important?
It's important as you should try to choose subjects that are relevant to the career you want to do later in life. Similarly, universities or colleges may require that you have taken certain subjects in order to be accepted to do your chosen course. For example, if you wanted to be a doctor then you would ideally choose science related subjects in school.
Asked in Punctuation and Capitalization
Do you capitalize the names of subjects in school?
Asked in Colleges and Universities, High School
What are the high school subjects required for an cosmetologist?
What are the best subjects in school if you wanted to become a psychiatrist?
Psychiatrists (as opposed to psychologists) are required to hold a medical degree. So ... the same subjects that you'd take if you wanted to go to medical school, plus all the psychology you can stand. At the high school level, this is likely to amount to "all the math and science courses your school offers, plus whatever other cruft is required by state law."