Do you need a masters degree in medicine?

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  • 4 months ago

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  • 5 months ago

    No, but There are many types of medical or health care masters degrees in the United states, such as a master of science in epidemiology or public health or tropical medicine or a masters of business administration with concentration in health care management, but there is no masters of medicine degree that I know of in the United States.

    A masters is NOT REQUIRED to get an M.dD, D.D.O, D.O, D.D.S. D.Pharm.or D.V.M in the United States.

    My best friend was admitted to a double doctorate program. She did get a masters degree in biophysics/chemistry as probably required for the Ph.D. She decided NOT to get the Ph.D. because P 90% of her time she would be either writing or revising research grants. NOT DOING RESEARCH. She wanted to practice medicine, help people, get married and raise a family. That's exactly what she did. .

  • 5 months ago

    MBBS is a five year course in India, it is masters degree.. One need to learn every thing hands on after college as resident...One should choose college wisely...we are Brainztorm we can help you get admission in best of what you can get...https://brainztorm.org.in/

  • Lili
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    5 months ago

    Not in the US. There is no such thing. You go from a bachelor's degree program into an MD program -- a medical school.

    Some physicians do an additional graduate degree in a science -- a master's and/or PhD -- but they are generally planning on a research career, not a medical practice.

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  • 5 months ago

    In what country? In the US, no, the medical degree is a doctorate (MD or DO)

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