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Hello! Future nursing student here (starting next fall), interested in someday specializing in anything to do with pregnancy, birth and babies. Not in the "awww babies!" way but in the "can't... Read More
0Feb 21, '13 by melmarie23hellosun, I am not sure how close you are to NH, but the University of New Hampshire has a direct entry Masters in Nursing program for those who have Bachelors degree in another field. Thats the program I did. I now work in Maternity (my unit is LDRP) and have plans to go back to get my CNM once I have more time to dedicate to my studies (read: once I am done having kiddos and they too are in school :-)
PM me if you have any ?s about the UNH program.
0Feb 21, '13 by melmarie23and midwifetobe85, I too am originally from Upstate NY (Finger Lakes Region--can you tell I am a SU fan by my avatar? Its where I did my undergrad)! Small world eh? :-D
0Feb 21, '13 by hellosunThank you both! Melmarie23 I think I am done applying for now, but I have heard that's a good program!
I am still SO torn, I keep going back and forth about what I'll do. Regis is having an accepted students night on Monday so maybe that will help me to make up my mind a little. I know that I definitely want to work in L&D for at least a few years before going for my CNM, so I want to make sure that I'm able to get a job (and a good one at that) when I graduate. Ahh! Such a big decision and only three weeks until a deposit is due haha. I will keep you all posted, thanks so much for the advice!!