A pediatrician is a doctor--an M.D. You would need premed courses, and then you would have to go to medical school.
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To become a pediatrician you must complete Medical School. Princeton University does not have a Medical School. If you intend to be a pediatrician and want to attend Princeton, you would take a Bachelor's degree as a Pre-Med student and then apply to a Medical School, eventually specializing in Pediatrics.
The courses you take in high school don't really matter much when studying to become a pediatrician. It takes an additional 11 years of schooling after the completion of high school to become a pediatrician so you will have plenty of time to take required courses then. In high school you should focus on courses you like and that you can get good grades in. A good GPA will help you to get into a better college, which may make it easier to become a doctor.
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The classes you take in high school only aid you in being accepted to a college or university. However, some of the courses may be in the health science field, which would help you in your decision. To become a pediatrician, you will need to obtain an undergraduate degree, be accepted to a medical college and then do your internships.
To become a pediatrician it takes a minimum of 11 years after the completion of high school.
In the U.S. you have to go through medical school first to become a pediatrician. So whatever the prerequisites are to get into med school are the prerequisites to become a pediatrician.
There is no particular college degree that you need to attend medical school, as long as you take the required courses for admission. Each medical school has a list of required courses, and the advisor at your school can help you make a list.
After graduating from high school, a student that wants to become a Pediatrician must finish about 11 years of school and training to become a Pediatrician.
You can have any undergraduate degree and go to medical school, as long as you also have the specific required science courses.
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There are no particular classes in high school that are required to become a pediatrician, so you can take just about whatever you want. The main thing would be to do well enough to get into medical school. If you really wanted to take courses that would make learning what you need to learn in college easier, I would suggest math and science courses. You will have to take a bunch of these in college and they help you to think analytically.
Normally you would take Pre-med. If you are not yet in Pre-Med, taking biology and any health courses would be helpful. The typical pediatrician will take Pre-med, then go to medical school, then specialize in Pediatrics.
To become a pediatrician, you need to graduate from college, then graduate from medical school, and then complete a pediatrics residency program. In total it takes about 11 years after high school to become a pediatrician.
Yes, both college and medical school are required to become a pediatrician.
Johns Hopkins University in Maryland, Harvard University in Boston, Columbia School of Medicine in NYC are just three institutions.
Stanford is a school that has a medical studies program for undergraduates. A person can start at Stanford in the medical field to become a pediatrician and then transfer to a graduate school for specialized studies.
you will spend 11 years in college to become a pediatrician.
yes up to 11 years in college and training courses
They r high school courses that take you to university.
No, the veterinary school in Oklahoma is Oklahoma State University (OSU). However, you can take the pre-requisite undergraduate courses at the University of Oklahoma and then apply to vet school at OSU.
A BS psychology graduate be a pediatrician. The graduate must take certain courses however and pass the MCAT to get into medical school.