Required Schooling for Family Doctors?

Answer Family doctors typically spend about 11 years completing their education, which includes undergraduate work, medical school and residency, and training in any desired specialty. Before they can pra... Read More »

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Schooling of Chiropractors Compared to Doctors?

Chiropractors and physicians are both doctors. The Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) is issued to graduates of a chiropractic college accredited by the Council on Chiropractic Education. The Medical Do... Read More »

How much schooling is required for an RN?

The most popular nursing degree to become a registered nurse (RN) is an associate's degree in nursing, which takes two to three years to complete. There is also a bachelor's degree in nursing, whic... Read More »

How much schooling is required to be an orthodontist?

To become an orthodontist, you must graduate from an accredited dental school. For most people, that will require first getting a four-year undergraduate degree, but a few people may be admitted to... Read More »

What schooling is required for Photography?

Answer It's all about perception. If you can create good photos you are a photographer. Composition and technique are all that REALLY matters, and if you don't have a good eye for composition, no s... Read More »