Can you be an Undercover FBI or CIA and a Medical Doctor at the same time? If so, can you be trained for an Undercover FBI agent during your University years?
Short answer: no. It's highly unlikely you could be a medical doctor and an undercover law enforcement agent at the same time, and it's also highly unlikely that you could be trained by the FBI while you are in college. There is one very simple reason for this: it will take all of your willpower and effort to do just one of those things, and being able to do two would be so rare as to be nearly impossible. Just getting the education to become a medical doctor means a full-time slate of classes, near-constant test preparation, and long hours spent in practice. Adding a successful career in law enforcement on top of that would be impossible. Perhaps before, or after, but not at the same time. As to your safety in college, I can tell you that most major universities have on-campus police forces who exist to protect the campus community. If this is a major concern of yours, I recommend you ask the universities where you are accepted to explain how they keep their students safe, so you can put your mind at ease.
I admire your ambition! Keep aiming high, and follow through on what you set your mind to. Good luck and looking forward to your next question!
Hello again Saad, you want to work as a private investigator or undercover for business or police? You must to go work your way up the ladder for this type of work. However, you could do some sort of a private body guard position if you have those types of skills to protect another human being. I suggest if you want to be to be in armor or carry any firearms you will need permits training, safety training, and much more. If you are on a visa here in the United States you must apply within the guidelines of armed international green card status guide. You may want to research this. Are you from another county? Forensic crime scenes invest. Or a police officer then work your way up to detective. Criminal Justice or security guard for starters. However again I do not know laws if you are from another county, I must check to see what your status would be here in the United States. Great college choices by the way, you are very lucky to go to any of the select colleges that you mentioned. I am very happy for you. I hope you do very well with a great career. If you are interested in a challenge or excitement, I suggest taking criminal justice; you will have plenty of excitement in the cities here in America. Are you speaking of a negotiator? If you are talking about negotiator, that takes years of training. Now if you are talking about the FBI person that takes years of training as well. I will need more information to research the programs available to you. No one is going to take you okay. Dont worry dear you will be fine here there is a whole diversity of people in America. You will fit right in.
The AAMC. can help more on this query. However I did some research on the question.Hello Saad,
The career path you are considering is a very fun and unique choice. Wow, you would have a great job for sure. You would invest many years in colleges. You must lean multiple language skills too. This is strictly for the CIA if you want to do CIA or FBI mostly crime scene or profiling takes a Doctor on many occasions. There is a whole list of things you will need to do to prepare for this type of major. I would start one step at a time and work your way up. Here would be your dilemma I do not know the hiring practices of investigations vs medicine and or the combo of the two. I would think that you could work at a facility that is under investigation for medical mal or below standard of care treatment. Or you could have a Major in one and a minor in the other. Or you could be both jobs part time equally. Either way you have many years of college for two Majors. You may want to go to the CIA.Gov website and read requirements for the hiring. Secondly, you may want to research all medical careers, colleges and see what career path you may want to take. If you could elaborate more I may be able to help a bit more on what you view as a projection in your future? Does that help you? Thank you. If you need I can find colleges, or list that you may want to go and check to see if that is something you may be truly interested in. Thanks again for the question. Forensic Science would be my choice, that way you can examine people at crime scenes. Or you could be a medical examiner, autopsy, or any forensic careers. I did do some searching. There is a 1990 school act zone. No firearms within a school zone. So that would be not legal to carry a firearm to any school here in America.