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    Thanks, everyone! One problem I do have is that I did not do very well in the university where I graduated - I had like a 2.0.... That was over 10 years ago, though, and I have matured a LOT. I know what I want in life, and it is to help people through nursing. I was raised by two doctors and I know that I can be an excellent nurse.

    I would hope that I would be accepted....

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    Hello,
    I am a 33 year old male (almost 34) who has a Bachelor's in English and also a full-time job. I live in the Northern VA area (Falls Church, VA).

    I know there are Accelerated Second Degree Bachelor's programs for people who already have a Bachelor's (even if in an unrelated field). I know Marymount offers this. I imagine there are more, too.

    1. Do you know if there is a way I can take the Acclerated Second Degree Bachelor's programs on the evenings or on weekends? I can't give up my job as that is my primary source of income.

    2. If I can't do that, do you know if I could take the Associates Degree courses on evenings or weekends (I think NOVA - NVCC has this option), and then do an Associates to Bachelor's (RN to BSN?) program on evenings or weekends after that?

    Or would option 2 take way too much time? I'm really confused about which way to proceed. If someone can help me, I would appreciate it very much.

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    Hello,
    I am a 33 year old male (almost 34) who has a Bachelor's in English and also a full-time job. I live in the Northern VA area (Falls Church, VA).

    I know there are Accelerated Second Degree Bachelor's programs for people who already have a Bachelor's (even if in an unrelated field). I know Marymount offers this. I imagine there are more, too.

    1. Do you know if there is a way I can take the Acclerated Second Degree Bachelor's programs on the evenings or on weekends? I can't give up my job as that is my primary source of income.

    2. If I can't do that, do you know if I could take the Associates Degree courses on evenings or weekends (I think NOVA - NVCC has this option), and then do an Associates to Bachelor's (RN to BSN?) program on evenings or weekends after that?

    Or would option 2 take way too much time? I'm really confused about which way to proceed. If someone can help me, I would appreciate it very much.



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