How successful is it in helping students graduate on time and move on to careers or graduate education?
What programs does it have that are related to your learning goals?
What supports are there for living on campus, or is it close enough and convenient to live with family while you study?
As to the majors or programs, many future doctors study biology, chemistry, or related programs (biochem, physiology) as undergraduates. Some colleges and universities offer a degree in a major called "pre-med" or similar. Other colleges might not offer that as a major, but they could still have a pre-med support system--like a special advisement office.
Embark on Your Journey with a Bachelor’s Degree - There's no one-size-fits-all major for medical school. However, popular choices often include:
Medical schools value students who've successfully earned a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.
Gain Valuable Pre-Med Healthcare Experience - This will provide you with a solid foundation and practical understanding of the field.
Conquer the MCAT - This is a crucial step on your path to medical school.
Apply to Medical School - Choose a school that aligns with your career goals and aspirations.
Thrive in Medical School with an OB/GYN Focus - This is where you'll start to specialize and gain in-depth knowledge in your chosen field.
Complete an OB/GYN Residency and Pass USLME Step 3 - This will equip you with the necessary skills and experience to excel in your career.
Become ABOG Board-Certified - This is a testament to your expertise and commitment to the field.
Obtain a State Medical License - This is the final step in your journey to becoming a fully licensed OB/GYN.
Remember, there are numerous schools where you can begin your journey by obtaining your BA/BS degree. Consider schools within your state to minimize out-of-state costs. This will be your initial step towards becoming a successful OB/GYN.
Here's to your future success and the amazing journey you're about to embark on. Best of luck in all your endeavors!