probably an anatomy/phsyiology couse and an early childhood course. that's what im going to take and I want to be a pediatric Neurologist. same with my bff conor and he's becoming a pediatric oncologist
I've never heard of an "oncologist" degree. Maybe you mean advanced study in oncology for someone who has alread earned an M.D. degree at a medical school. By the way, do you know what oncology is? (Answer: cancer).
Anatomy, Latin, Chemistry, Biology, etc. ===ANOTHER ANSWER=== THE SAME CLASSES YOU WOULD take if you were planning to become an M.D... ADVANCED (college level) courses in BIOLOGY, ANATOMY, CHEMISTRY, MATH, PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY, PHARMACOLOGY; ANY AND ALL classes related to science, at the highest level your school offers..Much later in college you will take classes specifically aimed at the specialty of oncological medicine.
You should take classes such as Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and Latin you should learn latin because doctor prescriptions are written in latin but it all depends on what mind of doctor you want to be!
As many as possible, possibly the relevant ones.
none, you would need to take college science courses You can take math classes and sciences classes. Those will help you out in the long run
There are many different qualifications needed and are required in order to enroll in medical classes. These include a high school diploma and no criminal record.
You should try emailing a medical school near you. In order to get the LPN you need to graduate a very hard and time consuming program. It is not simple to become a LPM.
I'm a pediatric nurse. it depends on what classes are offered in high school and what state you live in and what their requirements are in order to get a college degree in nursing. generally, biology & chemistry classes, sociology, psychology, anatomy & physiology 1&2, medical terminology is a good class to take to understand medical terms with the prefix's and suffix's
Yes, there are many classes that you should take relating to planning. In order to be a planner, you should probably check with your local colleges about available classes.
In order to work in a hospital, one must receive medical training. This can be done either at a medical school or at a technical institute. Online courses and classes are also available.
No, not unless it is part of the full name of an institution as in Harvard Medical School. If I mention that I am looking for a good medical school to apply to, capitals are not in order. But when I get my acceptance letter from Harvard Medical School, stand back!
A teacher should get an insurance when he teaches at school in order to avoid paying high medical treatment costs. In case of accident at work, a teacher can for reimbursement of medical cost.
You can definitely get into a good medical school with a bachelor's in mechanical engineering. Though most people who attend medical school have either biology or chemistry majors, it doesn't say anywhere you have to. As an example, my undergrad was in physics. The only caveat to that is you have to take a certain list of classes in order to apply to medical school. This list is basically the same for all med schools that I know of. If I remember correctly, there is only a handful of those classes, and the rest can be anything you want.
Contact your State Department of Education for infomration about becoming accredited to offer G.E.D. classes.
In order to become an x ray technician, one must go to a technical or medical school to receive certification. Schooling is also available through a variety of online colleges and classes.
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.