I graduated from Bryman with my MA diploma. I am now doing my pre reqs at Shoreline, and am almost done. I will probably not apply there as even with a 3.7 my GPA is most likely not high enoughf (espically without work experience).
Anyway, my question is does anyone know if as an MA I can take the CNA exam and where I would do this. Or, where I could find out info about this process. I am finding that even though MA trainning is much more extensive and expensive, alot of schools
want you to have your CNA.
Thanks for any advice/input.
Jan 27, '06
i agree with lary 77 about the MA i think if your a rn an lpn or an MA everyone should work as a team .
Last edit by firstaiddave907 on Jan 27, '06