Results for psychiatry Clear Search

2

Likes

2

Answers

active Sep 30 '16 at 23:36

What is the most benificial college for a psychology degree? Also, what degree is the most benificial?

I'm trying to choose a degree in psychology. I am not sure if it would be better to get a higher degree and do more schooling or just an average degree with less schoolling. Also, I am not sure what college would be the best for this degree. I've heard a lot of good news with Wisconsin and Illinios

icon-country-tags united-states-of-america

2

Likes

2

Answers

active Oct 15 '16 at 09:45

If i want to get my PHD, and I am graduating from High School this year, how and when should I begin to study for the MCAT's?

I want to be come a Psychiatrist, hopefully one that specializes in developmental psychiatry. I know that if I must become a psychiatrist i have to go into medical school which of course will take me many years until i get my PHD. I know i have a lot of work ahead of me, and i just want to be sure t

icon-country-tags united-states-of-america

4

Likes

1

Answer

active May 19 '16 at 00:08

What are some good jobs to have or experiences to get after undergrad to boost your medical school application?

I'm about to be a senior in college and I really want to go to med school to become a psychiatrist. Psychology has been my passion since I was a junior in high school, so 4 years now. Psychiatry really interests me because I love looking at the brain, and the ever-changing field will fuel my love of

icon-country-tags united-states-of-america

4

Likes

4

Answers

active Nov 06 '16 at 20:26

I am pursuing a major in psychology this fall, what would be a wise minor to get along with a psychology major?

I understand that it is difficult to get a good career in psychology without at least master's degree (even doctorate, PhD, or PsyD). I want to make myself employable while I am in the progress of getting one of those higher degrees in psychology. I want to minor in something else, so I have multipl

icon-country-tags united-states-of-america

1

Like

1

Answer

active May 16 '16 at 09:33

What does work as a psychiatrist entail?

I enrolled as a psychology major at Rutgers and am interested in pursuing a career as a psychiatrist but am unsure if this is the right choice for me. I am more interested in the science and research aspect of this field rather than the communication aspect. Should I look into another career path or

icon-country-tags united-states-of-america

2

Likes

1

Answer

active May 13 '16 at 19:18

If I want to become a psychiatrist, should I major in biology in college with the pre-med track or psychology with the pre-med track?

I want to become either a clinical psychologist or a psychiatrist. I know that to become a clinical psychologist you don't have to go to medical school but to become a psychiatrist you do have to attend medical school. Is it better for me to major in psychology or biology if I want to get into medic

icon-country-tags united-states-of-america

2

Likes

1

Answer

active Oct 16 '16 at 17:08

How long does it take me to reach my doctorate degree in psychology? Is it benefical for me to get a Psy. D in psychology or a Ph. D in psychology at the end? Should I double major biology and psychology in college to give myself an edge when applying t

I am going to attend stony brook university in the coming fall to major in psychology. My career aspiration is to become a psychologist or a psychiatrist so I can help people with mental disorders. I don't know whether or not if I should double major psychology and biology or chemistry in college or

icon-country-tags united-states-of-america

icon-country-tagsCurrently showing results for: Global (all countries) (change)

Ask a Question

Close form

By posting, you are accepting the terms of service and privacy agreement.