As in Years? I know that Medicine and Law can reach up to 10 years. What else that takes more than 4 years?
I THINK possibly architecture.
In addition to the others listed, there is also psychology. To obtain a Ph.D or Psy.D. typically takes at a minumum – 5 years (clincal psych programs take usually 6). Added to a B.A./B.S. thats 9-10 years of full time schooingl. After that though you have to do at least 2-3 years of a post-doctorate fellowship. All in all, you are looking at 11-13 years of school/training to become a psychologist.
First guy is right… medicine is traditionally the longest, although there are history doctorships/ research masters available for ten years throughout Europe and the Middle East. Sounds like fun!
Medicine only takes up too 10 years if you pick another scientific field such as human genetics or anthropology (probably not spelled right). But almost all PHD’ take 7 years.
My daughter is in year 7, getting her PhD in engineering. 3 more years to go..
But overall medi school with a specialty gets even longer.
Anything really if you bolt on a Masters then go on to do a PhD.