I graduated from UNH in 2007 with a BS degree in Health Management and Policy, when I went to interview I was deemed "unhireable" by many employers
and was advised to return to school for my Masters in Nursing to gain the clinical side. Ultimately, I would like to work in the business field but it is true alot of positions most companies want RN's even if it is a business decision. My first pick is the DEMN program at UNH and I have been in contact with them and plan on attending the informational session next week. My fear is that I had to retake Microbiology and Anatomy because I did not recieve a B or better (both by a few points I could have died!) I am taking the summer session A&P bundle at UNH and plan on applying for September 1st. and they will look over my application due to the repeat of classes. My background is I that I have the BS in Health management , have been an LNA for over 5 years and currently work at a local hospital in clinical and business.
Does anyone have advice for this program re: their application process, interview, are they really focused on the pre-req and look down on people that had to retake a class (I personnally find it hard to believe people get a B or better in one time)
Thank you very much!