Urologists

Because a medical degree is required to be a urologist, while in high school take a college preparatory program. In addition to courses in English, algebra, and geometry, take biology, chemistry, health, and physics. Courses in communication, history, a foreign language, and psychology can also help you prepare for college, medical school, and an internship and hospital residency.


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