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In-Home Nurse Educational Requirements

If you would like to be able to help people who are disabled, elderly, or suffering from a terminal illness while they are in their home, you will need to go through a nursing program that is in an accredited school. Once you are in school, you will need to take course related to nursing [...]

Echocardiographic Sonagrapher Educational Requirements

If you are interested in a career as an echocardiograhic sonagrapher, you will need to complete a two years associate’s degree and complete state certification which will mean taking the state certification exam. You will need to have knowledge of the human anatomy and physiology as well.
In school for your degree in echo cardiac sonography, [...]

Physical Therapist Aide Educational Requirements

Becoming a physical therapist aide will require that you earn an associate’s degree in physical therapy assisting that will enable you to practice. With over 250 accredited physical therapy assistant programs in the united States, finding a program for you shouldn’t be a problem.
You will study the basic medical sciences and other general subjects that [...]

Medical Administrator Educational Requirements

The education you will need to become a medical administrator will take a year in most cases. You will need to apply to a technical or vocational school that will provide accredited courses in medical terminology, labor law, medical law and ethics, billing and collections, and human resources.
Certification is required for some practice administrators and [...]

Dog Trainer Educational Requirements

Would you like to be able to teach a dog more than just to sit and roll over? Find a school of dog training and complete its curriculum, then enroll to earn your national dog trainer certification. The most well known organization for this is the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers.
United States dog trainers [...]

Dentist Educational Requirements

If you would like to prevent everyone from having cavities and pull out those aching teeth, you must hold a degree of Doctor of Dental Surgery. You will have eight years of college and dental school to complete for this degree.
Find a school by contacting the American Dental association and then prepare to take the [...]

Dental Hygienist Educational Requirements

For a dental hygienist to work in a dentist’s office you will need to earn your associate’s degree and if you want to work in a school or public health facility you will need a Bachelor’s Degree. Classes you will need are sciences like chemistry and biology, and math is a strong subject also.
You will [...]

Coroner Educational Requirements

Depending on where you live will determine what you will need to be a coroner. Each state and county has different criteria for their appointed coroners. You can pursue a criminal justice degree to become a coroner or start out by becoming a pathologist or medical doctor.
Being a coroner carries with it a heavy responsibility [...]

Community Nurse Educational Requirements

A community nurse will work outside of the traditional hospital or clinical setting. Community nurses will perform patient teaching, preventative healthcare, and provide case management. A Bachelor’s Degree of Science is required.
You must obtain your RN license by completing your nursing program and then applying to take the state board of nursing exam. You may [...]

Chiropractor Educational Requirements

One of the twenty one chiropractic colleges that are accredited by the Council on Chiropractic Education will get you started on your way to becoming a chiropractor. You must first have a college degree with a lot of science courses involved like biology, chemistry and physics.
To obtain a D.C. degree, you must complete four years [...]