The Bachelor of Arts degree is awarded to students who are graduating with a bachelor’s degree in social sciences or social work.
It is typically offered in four years, but many students who graduate after four years may choose to enter the medical profession.
The Bachelor is not awarded for students who completed an associate’s degree and earn a master’s degree within five years.
The doctorate is awarded for an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution, such as a college or university, and is awarded with the approval of the dean.
The degree has to be completed by students who have completed their primary education, which is usually in their final year of school.
Bachelor’s degrees typically take six to nine years to complete.
It’s not uncommon for students to finish their doctorate in their early 20s.
The average age of doctors in the United States is 45.
In 2016, there were about 6,200 doctors and registered nurses in the U.S., according to the American Medical Association.
There were more than 3,700 doctors in Canada in 2016.