Virologist

"You like viruses good" By Marcus Delfosse 3rd hour

Basic information about virologist's

10 facts

1. They learn how viruses' genetic material can be packaged in very small particles and how they can infect all living things.


2. In college you have to take biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics.


3. You need at least a bachelors degree to be a virologist


4. You work a minimum of 40 hours a week


5. You make an average of 76,963 per year


6. They study the structure of viruses


7. You need to take biology and chemistry


8. They teach the people about viruses


9. Virologist work on plants and animals


10. You could take mathematics and physics to get in a better part of virologist

Pros and cons about virologist

Pros- good things about being a virologist

1. They don't just work on suject

2. You only need a bachelors degree

3. You get a lot of money

Cons- bad things about being a virologist

1. It takes a long time to find out what made this virus

2. They dont work on cancer or anything

3. You only get 76,963 per year

What I need to do in high school to become a virologist

You need to take biology and chemistry. You want to take biology because it help most on virology.

What I need to do in college to become a virologist

In college you need to take biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics. You only need a bachelors degree of you can have more than a bachelors degree but you only need a bachelors.

Professional/association

Brent E. Korba
Georgetown University, DMVI
13 Taft Court, Suite 101
Rockville, MD 20850
Ph. (301) 309-6145 x27
Fax (301) 309-1553
E-mail: korbabe@gusun.georgetown.edu

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