I am glad that you are going to school. What you need to do is to make an appointment to speak with an advisor. You should have one assigned to you. They might even have a medical program for you to go into that will help you out with becoming a pediatric. Your advisor will help you in deciding which classes are best for you to take and ones that will transfer to your next college. Good luck and God Bless:)
I want to know, what college classes are required at spelaman college to become a pediatrician
Community college. Have fun.
take lots of science and math classes take four years of community or university college and four years of meical schooling.
It depends on which community college you are interested in. These days, many community colleges offer online classes. Check with the community college that you are interested in attending to find out if they offer online classes.
you dont need to have a SAT for Chemeketa, its a community college.
If Hillsborough Community College is your community college then I am sorry they do not offer any training classes specifically for ASN.
If you already know your major, you would go to an advisor at the school to find out what the course of study is. The program includes specific classes you must have as well as some electives. After that, you choose the order, for the most part, in which you will take the classes. Probably most of your freshman classes are going to be the basics of English, science, language and so on.
No. You only need to have really good grades in the classes you take, get into a good college, get great grades in your college classes, and go into medical school
Try for sewing classes at local community college. Try for sewing classes at local community college.
You can take nursing classes at a community college if you have one in you location or even do online classes at some online college. I would recommend an community college.
Community colleges does indeed offer EMT classes, for example Central Piedmont Community College, Front Range Community College or Glendale Community College.
Community college classes are great for someone who is undecided on a major. You can get a lot of your general education requirements out of the way if you are planning on attending a 4 year college in the future. Be sure that whatever 4 year college you do plan to attend accepts the classes you are taking at the community college.
on most capuses yes not community colleges tho
The average course load for a college freshman is four or five classes. This will depend on how many credits each class is worth. You can drop a course if necessary.
You need to take college prep classes and classes in science. You also need to get good grades in the next 4 years and do community service as well as join clubs in school. When you fill out your admission to college you want it to look good with GPA, test scores, and the proper classes. Set your sights on this and you can do it.
Yes, several community colleges in the St. Louis area offer GED classes. Some are: St. Louis Community College, East St. Louis Community College, and Patricia Stevens College. Saint Louis Community College (http://www.ed2go.com/stlcc/) has GED preparation classes. In addition, these classes are also offered by East Saint Louis Community College Center (http://www.eslccc.com/). yes
you can go to community college
AP classes to get you into a good college in their pre-med program. You need good grades in challenging classes, sciences are important.
All classes at NCC are in session.
probably but you have to go to college to be a pediatricianprobably but you have to go to college to be a pediatrician
What is the best college for a pediatrician?
You have to take the same classes as any other Freshman. You will become a professional basketball player if you have the skills and the classes you take have nothing whatsoever to do with it.
A freshman is just a new student in a college.(any)
A local community college or university should offer some classes in photography. Art schools or community art centers are another resource for finding these classes.
You're a freshman; you still have a lot of time to figure it out. Concentrate on getting good grades and getting involved for now.