all of the sciences, English maths and then what ever you like!
Your primary concern should be to get good grades and prepare for college, taking the college prep type classes. It will help if you can take AP courses and even do the IB.
To become an obstetrician, a person will have to go to school for 6 to 12 years, on average. From there, a certain number of years are needed in practice before a person receives a license.
subjects needed include: - biology 2 unit - general mathematics -extension English
after high school what degree is needed to became an obstetrician
go to teacher school
There is a lot of education that is needed to become a toxicologist. You need many medical education courses in school
the courses that you need to take to become a nurse would have to be:biology, chemistry and other courses that have to do with science and other types that have to do with nursing
you can take medical terminology , nursing
AP Calc BC
It takes seven years of training after medical school.
i don't know all the courses needed to become a vet but i know that you need to do pre-cal math in school.
Your basic education courses along with some chemistry and/or biology electives.
A major in Biology, Chemistry, or Health Science would be helpful to get a good start in medical school. These courses for these majors are recommended.
Maths,English,History and most knolage
i have no clue!can someone help me!!
A pediatrician is a doctor--an M.D. You would need premed courses, and then you would have to go to medical school.
what are the high school courses needed to get into east Carolina university
It will take four years of medical school. There will also be an additional three or more years to complete the internship and residency requirements.
Computer Graphics Computer Engineering Physics Trigonometry and many more
There are no particular "number of courses" it takes to become an Ob/Gyn, but it takes a minimum of 12 years after high school.
Heavy science and math would be best. Truth is that its all about the college!
Four years of undergraduate Four years of medical school Three to Four years of Residency/Internship (in your field, in this case OB/GYN)
What courses do you take in universities to become a pediatrician?
You will need to attend an accredited school, pass the courses, pass a state test and apply for a license.
It varies at every school.