Pace vs. NYU vs. CNR

  1. I'm considering nursing as a second career. I graduated from college 7 years ago and my grades weren't that great. Do you guys have any tips or feedback about Pace, NYU or College of New Rochelle's second degree programs? Can you do the prerequisites anywhere?
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  3. by   Sammi15
    Quote from nycstudent
    I'm considering nursing as a second career. I graduated from college 7 years ago and my grades weren't that great. Do you guys have any tips or feedback about Pace, NYU or College of New Rochelle's second degree programs? Can you do the prerequisites anywhere?
    Hello

    I don't know about other colleges but with NYU, you can do your prerequ. anywhere as long as you get a "B" or better.

    Hope this help!
  4. by   tab65
    I like that NYU accept anyone prereqs. If you don't have a Non Medical Bach degree and not applying for the accelerated program. I'll choose NYU because, Pace Basic BSN program is 3 yr clinicals, CNR is 2 1/2 yr clinicals. But LIU an NYU is 2 yr clinicals

    Quote from Sammi15
    Hello

    I don't know about other colleges but with NYU, you can do your prerequ. anywhere as long as you get a "B" or better.

    Hope this help!
  5. by   nycstudent
    thanks for the info folks,
    NYU seems like the best choice for me except they are such a big program i don't just want to be a number. I feel like i'd have a better chance being accepted at CNR. I am definitely going to apply to both.
    I found out today that you need to have taken the GRE or GMAT to apply to the accelerated BSN at Pace. what a drag.

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