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I'm working on getting my Associate of Science degree at a community college. How do I go from that into dermatology?

After I graduate from this 2 year college do I go to a big university for undergraduate studies? Would I have to do undergraduate work, then pre-med, then medical school, then dermatology specialization?

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To become a dermatologist, you need an undergraduate degree from a four-year college which requires a pre-medical courses wither in biology, organic chemistry, physics, and chemistry. Depending on the school you want to attend, you will need to complete math and biochemistry coursework. The course is one of the most highly competitive medical fields. Learn more from http://www.innerbody.com/careers-in-health/how-to-become-a-dermatologist.html.

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I'm sure they have councilors there who could be more help than most of us here. your best bet is?????

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My councelor here is not doing anything to help me. I asked her to help with signing up for classes this semester and she just printed off a page and said 'That will help. Good luck!'
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Your undergraduate work would be Pre-Med. then you would apply to Med school.

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