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- There are only 2 courses that have preceptored hours which are roles of the administrator and the management seminar. If you live in the dallas area, I think they have contracts with local hospitals and they can find you a preceptor. But if you live outside of Texas like I do, I live in southern California. You are on your own. They want you to find 2 different preceptors with 2 different sites.
- You cannot use your place of employment either.
- Jun 10, '12 by BkGirlThanks for your help!
- No problem
- Aug 4, '12 by PsychnursetyI am in this class now and it is hard !! I am wondering is the final hard I am panicking trying to study for it I have a 88.86 in the class with the final looming over my head as my final grade
- Aug 4, '12 by rtx723Psychnursety. Which class are you in?
- Sep 9 by Hng1980Hi, I have been accepted to UT Arlington's MSN administration program. All of the posts are making me quite nervous. Any new updates from anyone who has completed or is currently enrolled? I'm so nervous!
- Sep 11 by rtx723I completed the program August 2012. It just takes a lot of time writing research papers every week for 2 years. The opportunities it gave me after the program were endless.
- Sep 29 by tacomasterRTX723,
I'm thinking about doing the UTA program starting in the Spring. Before I start this journey, is it truly worth it? I told my manager, who also mentors me, and they told me that having this degree wont necessarily mean I'll get into an administration position. I got the sense that she was trying to disuade me from pursuing this. What opportunities has it presented to you? Perhaps I'll have to go to another hospital.
- Sep 29 by rtx723Tacomaster
If your end goal is to be in nursing administration then I would say to pursue it. I will believe in putting in hard work now to secure a future. To be blunt, don't mind the haters. You do it for yourself. People will always discourage you because they cannot do it themselves. A Masters degree is an undertaking.