What major degree do you need to become a pediatrician?
- To become a pediatrician, there is no required major. There are pros and cons to the majors you may choose. Although a major you are interested in may be easier, a natural sciences major would better prepare you for medical school. Majoring in Biology, Chemistry, or Biochemistry would be choice options when choosing your major. blah blah this is not true blah blah
- She's right, but when studying chemistry, organic and inorganic is the best choice, and biology and biochemistry, biochemistry is the better choice.
No, a nurse and a pediatrician are not the same thing. A pediatrician is a type of physician and has a different level of training than a nurse. To become a pediatrician, you would need a medical degree after completing medical school. If you are trained in the United Kingdom, this would be a Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB or MBBS) and if you train in the United States, you can receive either a…
Yes, in order to be a pediatrician, an individual must have completed four years of medical school and earned a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) or Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree. After obtaining this degree, in order to become a pediatrician, one must complete specialized residency training.