Becoming a neurologist requires both a bachelor’s degree and a medical degree. Aspiring neurologists must also pass the United States Medical Licensing exam and complete both an internship and a residency program. More »

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An internist, like other doctors, must complete a bachelor’s degree and then attend an additional four years of an accredited medical school to receive a medical degree, states About.com. Internists must also complete a ... More »

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A dermatologist must earn a bachelor's degree and a four-year medical degree, then complete years of general and dermatology residency. Dermatology physician assistants complete a two-year physician assistant degree, usu... More »

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To become an anesthesiologist, an individual must attain a bachelor's degree and a medical degree before completing four years of residency training, according to About.com. Individuals must also pass the United States M... More »

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Qualifications typically required to become a neurologist include earning a bachelor’s degree, completing a medical school program, passing the medical licensing exam, and completing an internship and residency program. ... More »

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Legal assistants need either a community college associate's degree in a paralegal program or a certificate in paralegal studies if they already have a bachelor's degree in another subject. Some employers also train bach... More »

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A bachelor's degree is sufficient for entry-level social worker positions such as a mental health assistant or residential counselor. However, for positions in health care settings, an individual must possess a Master of... More »