there are many great classes to take to jump start your career to become a cardiologist some classes to take before medical school can be human anatomy and physiology, Medical terminology, immunology, microbiology, biochemistry, and any other basic science class will benefit you greatly in preparation to become a cardiologist.
It takes about 15-20 years to become a cardiologist.
To become a cardiologist you need to take classes that deal with math, biology, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, english, etc. you have to have a good idea of the body through the dissection of cadavers (obviously) and then you need to get your doctoral degree and take up a residency for about 3-6 years Biology, Chemistry or both major in college
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An interventional cardiologist is a cardiologist with additional experience in procedures performed on the heart.
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If you do not have the proper education, you can not become a cardiologist. It is a profession for which proper education is required.
You have to graduate from medical school first then you choose a specialty to go into in your residency such as cardiology. Classes to take before you get into medical school that would be good to take are any math and science classes such as calculus or chemistry, along with human anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, immunology, microbiology, histology ..... there are many more and you don't have to take all of them, talk to your counselor to find out what you school has for these type of classes.
In order to become a cardiologist, you usually have to complete a doctorate degree in medicine (M.D.). Once you have your degree, you must complete a residency program (internship) in cardiology, which can take many years. You obtain your cardiologist title afterwards. If you want to become a cardiac surgeon, the residency is longer.