Yeah, that was a derrrr moment. I'm not originally from the area, so I didn't realize. Thought they were 2 different programs. Almost like an IT-T school.
My situation is tricky. I already have a BA in Child Dev. I'm registered to take Chem & Stats online at LCCC this summer. I have 2 kids, and live in Amherst. No family close by, and a hubs that works over 80 hours a week. LCCC is close, and child care is more than affordable ($2.50/hr) I need to only take my science classes (A&P 1 & II, Micro, and as I mentioned chem &stats) then I'm all done with any pre-req's for both the ADN and the OU online RN-BSN (which I plan to do after my ADN) so I'll finish all the sciences this spring. I really don't want to sit for a year and wait at LCCC, but travel to Cleveland for clinicals would be far (over 40 mins) how many days are your clinicals a week? And I looked online the nurse classes at Tri-C look to be broad and fewer courses, do they just cover multiple areas in a single class? My goal is pediatrics or neonatal (I didn't see either of those in the Tri-c course list like I do at other schools. Then there is the case of Child care. Does Tri-C offer that? And which courses can be taken at west shore? Also I think I read on another post that LCCC chem won't transfer to TrI-C??? Sorry for the million questions. I just wasted a lot of time, and money with my previous degree (received poor advise from my advisor) and don't want to waste anymore time/energy/money
thanks for your advice!!!! Much appreciated!!