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What is the difference between a Bachelors Degree and a Doctorate Degree if you want to become a pediatrician?

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2015-07-17 17:44:22
2015-07-17 17:44:22

To become a pediatrician, a person must graduate from medical school and be licensed to practice medicine. A bachelor's degree is a 4 year degree. This would be a first step toward become a doctor. After a bachelor's degree, the person would then apply to medical schools. It takes about 4 years to go to medical school. After medical school, comes residency which is where the doctor selects the kinds of patients he/she wishes to work with, in this case, pediatrics. .

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there is no difference, they both are the same thing

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