a masters degree . a PhD degree
At the college level, a minimum of a Masters degree in the subject you are teaching.
Let's just say a lot. The answer is around 8 years.
A law degree, which is actually a Juris Doctorii, is a three year degree full-time.
It depends: Associates degree is 2 years; Bachelor's degree is 4 years; masters is 6 years; doctorate is 8 (I believe). To become an M.D. is much longer
To become a counselor, you need four years of college (a Bachelors Degree). To become a licensed therapist, you need to obtain a Masters degree (5-7 years of college).
You can get away with a bachelors but a masters in psychology specializing in child therapy is recommended
I think seismology is a Masters Degree program, so you would first have to earn a Bachelors Degree which normally takes four years and then two more years for a Masters so becoming a Seismologist takes 6 years of college.
It all depends on the degree program you are pursuing: Certificate: 6 months Associate Degree: 2 years BS Human Services: 2-3 years Masters Degree: 4 years
It varies state to state most commonly a masters degree in teaching is require. Some state an undergrad degree is enough. 4-6 years of college