It really depends on what College of Pharmacy that you plan to go to. most require that you take about two years of classes before attending the College. Some of those classes might be, Chemistry, calculus, physics, anatomy, physiology, and microbiology.
It depends on the educastional institution you are attending. Some universities or colledges require you to have certain prerequisties before you start the program,
Harvard is a college. They have an undergraduate program, a graduate program, and a doctoral program.
No. But it will be less expensive if you should choose to live in Colorado for a year before attending college there.
If you are thinking about attending the M-Tech center vocabulary workshop it is mandatory that you make an internship before, during or after the course.
He attended Rutgers University.
Whether or not your credits will transfer from an online college to a Georgia college depends upon which college you wish you attend. In this case, your best bet for an easy transfer would be to see if the institution that you are planning on attending offers online classes that you could take before your arrival.
Yes, it is the medical college and the answer written here before this, it seems some Indian terrorist.
I guess for most it is 18, but if you are truly gifted maybe a few years before that.In CA high school students can go to college classes. I have had them in the college classes that I have taught. They are still in high school, but they can attend some classes at a college.
You really have to check with the college, but most of them will accept online classes. Call your college and ask them before you take the online classes to make sure.
I have a High School diploma and a Medical Assistant degree from Broward Community College. I do not have an AA. Must I get my AA before I can be eligible to register for Ultrasound technologist?
Yes. He went there for college prep classes before starting college,
four year of regular college then four year of medical college then of course give an MCAT before going to medical college then three years of specialization in obstetrics
Before you can enter medical school you have to complete a four year degree program at a university and then you take the tests/apply to medical school.
Depends on the college. Before taking the class, ask the advisers in the colleges involved.
The brothers attended Eton College, before both attending University of St. Andrews in Scotland.
No, you do not need to be a fireman before becoming an EMT. You also do not need to take any college classes but will have to take EMT classes and get certified.
Thomas Jefferson attended to the college of William and Mary and before attending to the college of William and Mary he was educated from the age of 9 to 14 by Reverand James Maury.
Gandhi attended school in Porbandar and Rajkot. He then entered Samaldas College for a short time, before moving to London and attending University College London where he graduated as a lawyer.
John Deere went to school before they had elementary schools. He was homeschooled for a short time before attending Middlebury College in Vermont.
You can go to an online college while you're in high school. Studying college level textbooks is also a way to get educated before you go to college.
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.
If you are going for a 2-year A.S. in Veterinary Technology then you don't need any classes before starting. You can take all of your general education classes while taking your vet tech classes. If you are talking about a 4-year B.S. in Veterinary Technology then you should check with the program and the university for their requirements. Typically, most universities require college Biology, Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physics, and Calculus as prerequisites before starting any B.S. programs.