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This is a discussion on UDC a.a.s. rn program..anyone got any info on it? in Washington DC Nursing, part of United States Nursing ... I was originally going to go for nvcc a.a.s. program but its so difficult to actually get in it...by diamondhope Jan 29, '09I was originally going to go for nvcc a.a.s. program but its so difficult to actually get in it (nova makes it so unpleasant!!)..so i was thinking about going to a school like radians (in dc) or Global health (in va) but their all $30,000 plus more which is a little costly for credits that i don't know will transfer or not to George mason (where I plan on getting my Bachelors). Anyway price brought UDC to my attention, but i read in other threads that the instructors there aren't exactly the best (if u know what i mean), and that the students basically have to teach them selves..anyone know anyone who goes there? or is anyone going now? also anyone have any suggestions on my delima? Considering I want to go to graduate school, i dont want to run up a big bill just getting my associates. but i also want my credits to transfer to GMU..anyone got any advice? stories? help in general?
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- Apr 15, '09 by BeeutifulWhy dont u try going the LPN way first. Then from there u can go to NOVA's LPN to RN transition program. LPN is just a year. And u'll gain experience at work while still working towards ur RN if money is the issue here. Am doing the same coz i am financing myself all the way. :-)