Since a plastic surgeon is a doctor, it would be best to take academically rigorous classes - 4 years of English, 4 years of science, etc. Good luck! Know you chemistry, calculous, and Biology. I'm in college right now and those are the most challenging courses that usually weed people out when they wan't to persue medical school. If you don't do well in these classes when you first get into college, it's easy to get discouraged. GO FOR IT!
Well whatever age you finish school to become a plastic surgeon.
human biology mainly
Biology and Chemistry
you have to go to college to become a surgeon. In high school take all the college prep classes you can
In high school you should take chemistry and biology. (Coming from a person becoming a surgeon)
first you take the classes that they assign you but when you get the choice to choose you should take biology and anatomy
Physical Science, and Language Arts
After Medical school there is additional course work to obtain the certification as a plastic surgeon. So we are talking over eight years after high school. And the internship associated with the medical degree and the certification.
Answerbiology , chemistry , and phyisics / senior level .
Are you serious? You don't need any classes to become a surgeon...you need training and to be licensed. Now, how do you do that? You go to college and study Biology and the pre-med program, then you do your MCAT, then you apply to medical school, and finally you train.
There is no one specific university for this, you simply go to medical school and go into a plastic surgery residency.
12 plus years of college/medical school.
High school classes do not count towards becoming a surgeon. What makes high school important is that you are setting the foundation for getting into a good college for your freshman year. You need to take the college prep classes, keep a good GPA, do some community service, and become involved in your high school in some way. The colleges looks at these factors when students apply. Do well in college and you can apply to medical school to become the surgeon you want to be.
You need a Medical Degree before you can become a surgeon. And that requires completion of a Bachelor's Degree first. And after med school there are many other classes and practical experience required.
The classes you take in college are what matter, not high school. Also, you don't even have to major in premed to go to med school. There are some classes like chem, organic, and physics that are prerequisites, but there are many paths that can lead down the road to being a surgeon.
To be a surgeon, you should take math and science classes in high school, then take biology or premed classes in college and go to medical school.
To become a plastic surgeon you need to get good grades in high school and college. mostly As and Bs dont get lower than a C or B-.
A surgeon degree.
Yes, you can become a Surgeon at Berkeley University. Any college that has a Medical School usually give you the opportunity to become a Surgeon.
In high school you don't take classes to help you become a brain surgeon, but you do need to have a good GPA, good test scores, college prep or AP classes. Some universities also require community service and school activities. Set your goal, take plenty of science classes, learn how to do research papers, and study hard.
By Cosmetic surgeon, I assume you mean Plastic surgeon. If so, you must complete undergraduate and medical school (8 years), then finish a general surgery residency (5-6 years), then a plastic surgery fellowship (3 years). All in all, looks like 16-17 years after high school
Just follow the "Pre Med" program to meet the requirements of the Medical School you'll be attending.
none in particular, as long as you complete the core science classes in college (eg. bio, organic chem, etc) and you make it into medical school you can do a general surgery residency and then a trauma/critical care fellowship to become a "trauma surgeon"