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- by Cm12 Dec 29, '12About a year and a half ago I was dismissed from a BSN nursing program at the University of Memphis for failing two nursing courses (Pathophysiology and Medsurg 1). I felt the best thing for me to do was to obtain a degree to have something to show for all the time spent in college. In December 2012, I graduated Cum Laude with a bachelors degree in Health Services Administration. I have changed so much in the past year and half. I can honestly say that I am not the same person I was when I attended the nursing program. I even have a stronger desire to succeed since I am confident that I want to become a nurse. However, I cannot find a nursing program that will accept me. I have read many blogs on this website about people going through the same situation and being accepted into a nursing program, but they never post the name of the program. Please anyone who has failed two nursing courses and was accepted into another program please respond. Thanks!
- Dec 29, '12 by LadyFree28Most of the time, most nursing schools do not accept people who have failed two nursing courses-if people have had that experience, most of the time they have appealed at their previous program-at least the people that I have known. Most nursing programs accept candidates once they have completed a LPN program and are licensed as a LPN...that was the route that I took. I tried to enter another nursing school, but I felt black balled during the process. With success during my LPN coursework, I proved I can complete a nursing program, thus gave me the opportunity to get into a BSN program. Graduated in May, licensed in June.
- Jan 7 by AzuteorHi! Have you considered Northwest Mississippi Community College in Senatobia?