There is no particular major you need to complete during your undergraduate college years in order to be a pediatrician. If you wish to be a pediatrician, you must complete the prerequisite courses such as biology, chemistry, physics, etc. as well as the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) for entrance into medical school (in the United States anyway). After you finish medical school, you need to match into a pediatrics residency and finish that and if you pass your board examinations and get your medical license, then congratulations! You made it to being a pediatrician!
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