Ophthalmology is a medical discipline that focuses on conditions and surgical procedures of the eyes and related organs and tissues. Ophthalmologists are medical doctors that are eye specialists and treat a variety of conditions related to the eyes. Ophthalmologists must complete an undergraduate degree, medical school, internship, and residency training. Medical school provides intensive classroom and laboratory instruction as well as clinical rotations in all major medical disciplines. After medical school prospective ophthalmologists complete internships in ophthalmology settings. Employment of all physicians is expected to grow faster than average for all professions, increasing 14% from 2006 to 2016. The growing and aging population and increased need for vision care will drive job growth.