And the key is to get into Dental school so you can get a license.
Anatomy & Physiology, AP Physics, Biology, AP Biology, Chemistry, AP Chemistry, physics, nutritional biochemistry, algebra II, precalculus, Foreign Language(2-4 Years), Speech. Some of those classes you might not have at your school but all of them would be good to take to get you a good start on college. Good luck :D
cheristry, physics,and health and mathematics courses
In most schools, you need the advanced courses of biology, mathematics, physics and chemistry.
you should take debate
What courses do you have to take to become a nutrionist?
go to school take hair courses take hands on classes
It will take you about eighteen months to become a paramedic after you get your Associates degree. You will need to take Anatomy courses as well are first aid courses to get you started. After that you might want to take some trauma management or psychology courses.
What courses do i need to take to become a nutritionist?
how long does it take to become a dentist specialist it takes about 5 or 6 years to become one
You should take geography, math, english to become a navigator
Mathematics Physics Systems Analysis
Chemistry definitely and biology would be very helpful. Some recommend that you take the 'college' track to prepare you for college.
What courses do you take in universities to become a pediatrician?
High school courses don't matter, none of them will count in college.
You should take computer aps and then talk with that teacher and he/she should know. -Jay
To become a dentist you would take chemistry and science in high school. And if you want to be a dentist don't let anyone tell you that you can't!
Courses you should take would be biology, mathematics, anatomy, and definitely anything science related.
lots of science and math courses especially anatomy, biology, and chemistry
What college courses do you need to take to become a choreographer
english, science, math
Any sciences and biology
To become a chemist, you should take courses that lead to a degree in chemistry. Those courses include several advanced chemistry classes, advanced math classes, and other science courses.