The first step to becoming a pediatric oncologist is that you need a bachelor's degree. Next, you need to pass the MCAT. The third and fourth step is to apply and graduate from medical school. Next you need to complete a pediatric residency program then become board certified. Lastly you need to participate in a fellow ship and then become board certified in pediatric oncology.
Duties: examine patients, order diagnostic tests, make diagnosis and prescribe treatments
Average Salary: $175,000
-North Carolina State at Raleigh
-University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
-North Carolina Central University
-North Carolina A & T University