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This is a discussion on I have an AAS but not in nursing-will it help? in Ohio State Nursing Programs, part of Ohio Nursing ... I received my Associates in Applied Science back in 1992 from our community college. My degree is...by Diane in Ohio Dec 24, '10I received my Associates in Applied Science back in 1992 from our community college. My degree is for Architectural/Construction Engineering.
I have tried to some some searching as to whether this degree will apply to any nursing degree.
I am looking to start a program this spring for LPN, which is starting from scratch. However, if using the degree I already have and applying it toward AASN or ASN will work, I would like to do that.
Anybody have experience with an AAS from another program being used toward a new degree toward nursing?
I am in the NEO are, so I would be looking at schools from Stark State/Kent and those North up to the Cleveland area.
Thanks for any advice you can give.
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- Dec 24, '10 by caliotter3General ed courses such as English should transfer to a nursing degree. However, any nursing science prerequisites such as anatomy, that you might have taken (unlikely), would be older than five or seven years, and more than likely will not transfer.