What will I Major in and what will Minor in?
I'm not sure what you mean by "become a family practice". Do you mean become a doctor and run/work at/own a family practice clinic? If so, then you need to go to college to get a bachelors degree. Your major will depend largely on the requirements of the medical school you plan to attend. Usually there are pre-med programs or you major in biology or chemistry. Then you go on to medical school for 4 years. Then you graduate and take the board exams, and if you pass you are a doctor. Then you do an intership or residency (different hospitals and clinics have different ways of calling it and different lengths of programs). Then you can become a general practioner in a family practice clinic.
If that's not what you meant, then I have no clue what you are asking, and therefore can't help you.
Do you mean medicine, psychology, social work.what?? What kind of family practice.
If you're talking Medica specialty
It's 4 years pre-med (Biology/Bio-Chemistry major)
4 Years Medical School
1 Year internship
Then you limit your practse to family medicine. There's really no formal speciality training, although you might want to resident in Internal Medicine for a few years and then Pediactrics for a few years.
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