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I heard people received their letters already. I'm in their program and just finished my first year; it's pretty intense but very worth it. Co-reqs like pharmacology or microbiology while taking nursing, may make it a bit more difficult. I don't know what else to say!
thanks for the incite. i was accepted in may and i'm super excited!
i've taken every pre and co-req so far, except for pharmacology[font=verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif]. i'm currently taking dosage calculations online. hopefully it'll make the work load a little easier.
You can go to the college website, click Academics, Academic Programs, go to link Nursing
Pre-req: CompLit I + II, A+P I + II, Gen Psych, Intro to Sociology
Co-req: Nutrition, Dosage, Micro, Pharm, 2 types of Phys ed, a social science
The website prerequisites also say "Students must be certified for 2 years in 8hours of Health Care Provider CPR prior to beginning the program." I have no CPR would I have to wait two years then to start the nursing program at WCC?
You can take a CPR course that doesn't take more than a week. If you got your acceptance letter months before the first day of class, you should have time to get your BLS - health care provider, this is needed especially becuase you will be working at health care facilities at clinicals