What job can you do if you study medicine?
Typically when someone 'studies medicine' they are training in a medical school to become either an allopathic physician (MD for Medical Doctor) or osteopathic physician (DO for Doctor of Osteopathy). That said, many careers are available in the medical field with the proper training, such as Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Athletic Training, and dozens of others. Usually training programs for these specialties are referred to by their profession (e.g. Nursing school).
Basically the first step in becoming a pediatrician is to study a pre-medicine course then proceed to medicine. After the study you will have various on the job trainings like your internship in a hospital. This will prepare you for your board or licensure examinations. After passing the licensure exams you apply for residency in a hospital under the pedia department so that you specialize there.
You cannot study veterinary medicine (the curriculum that results in you becoming a veterinarian) in Tampa, Florida because there is no accredited college of veterinary medicine there. In Florida there is one accredited college of veterinary medicine, at The University of Florida in Gainesville, FL.
yes you do. what you need for sports medicine is a 6 year doctors degree in a sports medicine related field, such as athletic training. Once you complete that then you can sit for your boards test and become a certified. The more experience you have the better chances you have at getting a great job. Sports medicine is a highly competitive field. If you really want to be one, study hard