High school classes that one must take are similar to what anyone seeking any advanced degree in the future should take. Take as much of the advanced English, math, and science classes as you can handle. These will help out in college. Then in college study whatever interests you. Have some science classes - Biology, etc. This should help in medical school.
To become a radiologic technologist is a different path. Have some science classes. Most of the stuff you need to know you will learn in the training program you choose.
You need to take as much science as you can in high school. You also will have 4 years of med. school and 1 year of internship, 4 years of residency in Radiology department.
If you go to medical school, and become an MD, yes.
you dont have to take any special courses at all in middle school to become a medical assistant...colleges nor do professionals care what you took up in middle school..
To become a radiologist, It is important to do well in high school. A general knowledge base of advance maths and science courses which you can build upon in college will be of value. In college there will be a prescribe course of classes that must be mastered to earn the title of radiologist.
it depends on where you go to undergraduate school and medical school...however, you can expect to spend anywhere from $80,000 to over $150,000 to become a radiologist. As well, you will spend about 13 years in college to become a radiologist.
None. You don't become a radiologist by going to school. First you need to become a licensed medical doctor by going to a four year medical school, then you take one year as an intern and another 2-3 years to become a radiologist by training in a hospital
I was unable to find any books on how to become a radiologist. You can find websites like http://blogs.payscale.com/salarystories/2007/02/radiologist.html or http://www.thebestdegrees.org/how-to-become-a-radiologist/. Radiology requres medical school.
One can become a radiologist by earning relevant certificates or an associate's degree or a bachelor's degree in the field of radiography. An associate's degree in radiography is the most common path to become a radiologist. If you would like to go to medical school and become a radiologist, you should study premed subjects, such as biology.
Go to school, get a good education, and work hard!
Edison middle school became a middle school when it was built. Because they built the middle school to become a middle school.
Credit hours have nothing to do with becoming a radiologist. A radiologist is a physician - you must go to medical school and complete a 5 year residency.
Well, first of all you need to spend a day or week shadowing a radiologist to see if you like the field. Then whether you really enjoy sciences such as physics,biology and chemistry. You'll also need to take higher level math courses in high school. If all these things prove to be enjoyable, then you should look into colleges that provide all the premed courses that you'll need. These courses are a prerequisite to applying to medical school. You will have to train yourself to have good study habits because grades will determine where or if you will be accepted into medical school. After four years of medical school you can apply to a radiology residency. Again grades will determine whether you get a residency position at all, and/or at the institution you desire. Once excepted you'll be trained for three years to become a radiologist. Overall you will need four years of college, four years of medical school and three to five years of residency bfore you can become a radiologist.
Becoming a radiologist requires earning a bachelor's degree, and then going to medical school to become a physician. Then more schooling is required to be a specialist in the interpretation of xrays and other applications of nuclear medicine.
A radiologist is a medical physician, so you'll have to complete medical school after obtaining your 4-year degree, but helpful college course would include anything in the math and science departments, like chemistry, biology, anataomy & physiology, statistics, calculus, etc.
I would like to become a teacher either for a primary school or a middle school I'm currently doing my A-levels and was wondering which was the best routes and courses to take/do x
What courses do you take in universities to become a pediatrician?
In the United States there are no specific requirements for classes in middle school - this is far too early to be thinking about individual courses. The important part at this academic stage is to learn the fundamentals and information being taught in school, along with good study habits and a good work ethic.
yes! 8 years of school after college. 2 years of intern at hospitals
Bachlors degree, medical school degree, internship and radiology residency.
A whole lot of money. I'm hoping to become a radiologist when I get a job
keystoneschoolonline.com is an online middle and high school they have more then 170 teacher-supported online courses and the courses can be taken on your own schedule.
It takes skills and great handels with knifes
High school courses don't matter, none of them will count in college.
Yea i wish cuz im failing skool :(