She studied about Lab in nursing (practical), and she wants to study the theory part of it. How can she?
I'm thinking of, she takes medicine after finishing her nursing course. I don't know is it possible to do that straight without taking another course? Moreover, how is medicine? Doctors, what advices can you give me to my sister? Thanks, type II diabetes mellitus
Nov 26, '07
I think you can use nursing a pre-med since it has the general sciences too plus anatomy. IS this accurate suzzane4?
Nov 26, '07
any four years science courses can be pre-med.
Nov 29, '07
A four year degree that has the required pre-reqs in it can be accepted for medical school, and that is another four year program.
Going thru nursing school, or medical school does not get automatic approval for a green card in the US. The only way that she can get a job in the US is if she meets the requirements first for licensure, and then needs to be able to get a visa. There is a retrogression currently in place so it is quite hard to say when things will open up.
And as others have mentioned, not sure how she has done the clinical part of her training, but not the theory; is she actually in a school of nursing? The US actually requires that the theory and clinical hours be done at the same time, they do not accept one done without the other.