Does anyone know of Nursing MSN programs for people with BA/BS in other fields? - page 2
Hello Everyone, :redpinkhe I am in the process of changing careers to nursing, but with so many options it could get a little confusing :confused:. First and foremost, I live in NYC a very expensive city :uhoh3: but I love... Read More
- 0Feb 19, '11 by czyjaIn the 'students' section there is a forum on graduate nursing. There are many threads that relate to this topic there. In your area there are many direct entry masters programs. All are competitive and many are expensive.
But don't let competitiveness or cost dissuade you from looking and applying. The only program you have no chance of getting in to is the one you do not apply to.
- 0Feb 20, '11 by AUtigerRochester. I live in Alabama and have applied to UAB, but Rochester is one of my backups! Both of these schools have the program you're looking for. Google direct entry master's in nursing and you'll find alot. The only problem is they're hard to find, and they all have such different requirements so it's hard to qualify for them all. But I've found alot in California, Atlanta at Emory, Tennessee at Vandy, Alabama at UAB and USA, and several more. They're out there, just gotta look!
- 0Aug 24, '12 by JaguarundiQuote from skyheaven477That's exactly what i want to do as well. I live in NYC but am out here in Northern Calif. Could you also tell me the programs Malefocker mentioned to you? I am new member to the site and don't know how to PM anyone. Thanks!Hello Everyone, :redpinkhe
I am in the process of changing careers to nursing, but with so many options it could get a little confusing . First and foremost, I live in NYC a very expensive city but I love New York! I would like to do the accelerated program which will get me a BSN at one of the private schools (since CUNY is almost impossible to get into) but they are so expensive . My goal is to become an RN and get my master's. I would ultimately like to work as an NP. If I could go straight into the MSN program it would be ideal. Does anyone know of MSN programs either online or on campus for people who have BA's in other fields? Please advice