tomorrow i'm going to sign up for the navy nurse corspman program. I have finished one year of undergraduate work at a good university and plan on starting Bootcamp next summer. I wanted to ask some questions about the program. First I would like to know any advice from those who have done it and what you liked about it. I've read a lot within these forums of the pros and cons, and I also have read a lot of questions about getting a BSN degree from it. It will be different for me because I will have 2 years of college completed once I go in, so I'm wondering with those two years of fundation classes and then the experience in the two years active duty in the navy, whether it's more likely for me to get a BSN. I'm doing this program because i'm not looking to become an officer, but someone who just hasnt been sure what path to take in life. My first year of college I was pre-med but then I decided to switch to nursing and that's when I heard about this program. I figured it was a good way to get experience while I was young, go in ,and then come out and finish my degree. I'm young for being in college so I'm not determined to get my degree by a very young age. Anyways aside from all that, what is the likelyhood you get to choose what station you will be at after training? and how can I find out if these classes transfer back to the university i've been going to? My idea is to be in for the 2 years active or so then go back and finish up a BSN, so I'm hoping they transfer. any other information about the program would be much appreciated. thank you!