It seems like a natural combination, lab sciences and nursing school
, and yet everywhere I look the learning sequence is artificially split.
So many of the stories I read are "take your prerequisites and wait 1-3 years for a cohort." My problem with this is that life has to be put on hold while waiting, you cannot take on any substantial work because you might be pulled away in 6 months or 2 years.
Am I simply not seeing schools
that, once accepted, give the full education? Or is there a historical or practical reason that I'm overlooking?
Jan 12, '12
there is.. a few in my immediate area.
my community college, but there are developmental classes if you didn't finish high school or if you scored low on your entrance test.
And some of the hospital diploma programs dont require any pre-reqs.
Last edit by pixiestudent2 on Jan 12, '12
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