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I would welcome working with a 49 y/o experienced nurse. Just curious - what are you planning to do with your education? Thanks.
I have kept my Illinois and Ccalifornia license current. I wanted to get a bachelor's degree to complete a higher level of education. My college
advisor suggested I look into a B.S. program in Public Health or administration
since I have an interest in disease management and an interest in the business side of medicine. She said I would have more opportunities to choose a greater number of courses from business and education departments that would round out a fuller knowledge base that is more limited in the bachelors' in nursing.
I looked at the school's catalog and agreed. I have been able to take more
management, marketing and health education courses with the
dual degree. It has allowed me to take courses that are limited to business and education majors. It is taking a longer time period than I originally intended so I have only been working part-time for a solo practioner. Ideally I would like to work case management, ICU hospital nursing or senior assisted living residence facility.