Thanks! I'm a transfer student. Yea, that's the downside of the program..having to stick out another 4 years even after lower division credits have been completed. However, I'm going to stick through with it. Honestly, I've read up on the school and the program and definitely giving it the benefit of the doubt. I'm loving the fact that classes are small plus they're getting help from UCSF's Nursing faculty.. Also, I just got out of Active Duty and I'm tired of switching colleges. Requesting for transcripts from all the colleges I attended is a pain in the rear, also gets super expensive. I applied to UH Manoa and got accepted.. but still had to complete some pre-req's there before applying to their nursing program, but then when Chaminade hit me up with that beautifully organized acceptance folder and saw the letter saying I was admitted in to the Nursing program, I just about fainted. It's really competitive in the state of HI to get admitted in any nursing school, especially since there are only 3 other schools on the island that has the program..so why not, right?
If you have doubts about the program, maybe it's not for you. I mean, shoot, if I completed a lot of units, only to have to go back to round 1 again, I'd be having doubts too..especially the cost of the school. Anyway, hopefully you figure it out. It would be nice to graduate with you!
BTW, I just received my classes via snail mail and portal... they really work fast!