Nursing in Liberal Arts? - page 2
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
- 0Jul 2, '12 by chucksterQuote from KelRN215Mu 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.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.
- 0Jul 2, '12 by kcmylornMy 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.