Nursing in Liberal Arts? - page 2

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Hi! I'm an international student who just graduated from high school.I have my mind set on becoming a nurse but before I do that I want to explore different fields to see what might also interest me. I didn't get to explore much... Read More


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    Quote from KelRN215
    List of liberal arts colleges in the United States - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    There are also plenty of schools not on that list because they're officially "universities" but they still have the liberal arts focus.
    Mu undergrad alma mater, Temple University, is a true university (that is, made up of a number of colleges & schools, e. g., School of Business, College of Liberal Arts, School of Medicine and Dentistry, etc). Temple now has a liberal studies core curriculum that is required of all students, whether you are an Engineering, Business or Liberal Arts major. Many other universities have adopted a similar approach, the thought is that there is a core of classes (English, history, language, social sciences, etc) that all students need in order to be well-rounded.
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    My 4 year program was Liberal arts in a very cold Erie Pa- Gannon University and then I went on to a hospital school of nursing. The BSN program require 120 cr to graduate. Like others have posted- the first 2 years were all liberal arts courses- art, psychology, sociology,english, foreign language with chemistry, Anatomy and physiology, microbiology, Statistics and even a logic course
    I like to credit my liberal arts backround for my outspokenness- something nursing has never gotton used to in me even after 32years. I just can't be a conformist and go with the flow.
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    Thank you all for your help! I actually know a friend who got into Temple. I'll look into schools now. Again, thank you so much!


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