In addition to attorneys, there are a wide range of legal professions. Most require specialized education beyond high school, but the amount of education is dependent upon the career and can range from certificate or diploma programs, to bachelor degree programs and even advanced degree programs.
Understanding the accreditation status of educational institutions that offer allied health programs of study is a critical part of the school/program evaluation process for any prospective student.
The definition of allied health professions is a matter of some debate. At its most basic, the phrase refers to any health care career other than nursing or medicine (doctors) that requires some form of post-secondary (post high school) education.
The food services industry offers careers in beginning or entry-level food preparation, advanced food preparation for fine dining establishments, and food services and restaurant management.
Cosmetologist is a term that refers to anyone who has studied and provides services for skin, hair and nails. It is an all encompassing term with many "specialties" grouped under it. A cosmetologist may also sometimes be referred to as a beautician, a beauty specialist, or an aesthetician or esthetician.
The title "designer" can apply to many different professions and many very different types of careers. Design professions range from very technical professions such as design engineers or architects, to very artistic such as fashion designers or graphics artists.