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- Jun 30, '12 by RockSteadyUSMCQuote from tara07733I am going to Queensborough Community College, and intend to get my BSN at Hunter College because the two have a joint program. I am also planning on going to medical school, and I already took my pre-med requirements at Rutgers.Hi!! You mentioned Rutgers. I'm still debating whether I am going to transfer there from Brookdale C.C. Or if I will get my ASN, work for a bit and go back to school for BSN. The problem is that I don't age on my side (I'm 42) so I'm thinking it may be better to get the ASN and call it a day. I know though that I'll ultimately regret not challenging myself to get higher degrees so, who knows what I'll end up doing.Which school do you attend now?
Rutgers is a fabulous school, and they have a great nursing program. I think who cares if you're 42, just go for it! I hear about a lot of 85 and 90 year olds going back to school and earning their bachelors, so I'm sure you can do it :-) As I found out and is a motto of the Marine Corps, "your mind can always win over your body" :-)
- Jun 30, '12 by WifeoffiremanWe have about 3 weeks left before we can register for Fall classes. But I plan on taking A&P 2 and its lab, Statistics, Eng Comp 3, Public Speaking.
- Jul 3, '12 by jocy_anneI can't believe that I registered last month for my first semester in the accelerated BSN-MSN program! I didn't have a choice as to what I could take, so this is what I'm registered for:
- Medication Calculations (4-week Pass/Fail class)
- Intro to Professional Nursing
- Pathophysiology I (starts in October)
- Pharmacology I (starts in late September)
- Management of Adult Acute/Chronic Diseases I (starts in October)
- Clinical Practicum I
- Epidemiology for ANP (online graduate course)
It seems a bit confusing with all the different start dates, but it appears that it'll be mandatory for us to pass Medication Calculations before continuing with most of the courses (which makes sense). So I guess I'll start out the program by focusing on Medication Calculations, Intro to Professional Nursing, a clinical skills lab to learn the basics (vitals, etc.), and the online grad class. It sounds like October is when a lot of the heavy-duty classes will start (not to mention actual hospital clinical, eek!). I'm getting so excited, but am really nervous at the same time!