Frequently Asked Questions
Can I become a doctor after BSc nursing?
Yes, it is possible to become a doctor after obtaining a BSC nursing degree. However, the process can be lengthy and will require additional education and training.
To become a doctor, you will need to complete a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree. This typically involves completing a pre-medical undergraduate degree, such as a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in a related field like nursing, and then completing four years of medical school.
After completing medical school, you will need to complete a residency program in a medical specialty, which can range from three to seven years depending on the specialty. During residency, you will receive supervised training and gain practical experience in your chosen field.
Overall, the path to becoming a doctor after obtaining a BSc in nursing is possible, but it will require several years of additional education and training beyond the undergraduate level.