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Any Del Tech nursing students or graduates?

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I have a lot of questions if someone could answer them for me !

besaangel, ASN, BSN, MSN, CNA, RN, APRN, NP

Specializes in Aesthetics, Med/Surg, Outpatient. Has 5 years experience.

Ask away... all the campuses are now aligned which means it should be the same process and policy for all

Could you tell me the courses you took and in what order? im a full time student and what is the accelerated summer course? when do clinicals start? is it hard? and anything and everything I need to know please im so excited plus nervous to start school again. my advisor is new and hardly could answer my questions an messed up SEP

besaangel, ASN, BSN, MSN, CNA, RN, APRN, NP

Specializes in Aesthetics, Med/Surg, Outpatient. Has 5 years experience.

Okay I am at the Stanton campus. And although very similar, I don't know what the clinical hours from Owens would be.

Are you accepted into clinicals?

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What time are you're clinicals ? No I'm just starting but idk what classes I should register for summer and fall or what ones I shouldn't take together.. I would like to know how to pick my classes right

besaangel, ASN, BSN, MSN, CNA, RN, APRN, NP

Specializes in Aesthetics, Med/Surg, Outpatient. Has 5 years experience.

Your best resource would be your advisor and to follow the process placed out for you at the information session.

I did not do most of my prerequisites at Deltech so it would be hard for me say without even knowing anything about your transcript or what courses you completed

I hate to say it again but you're going to need to see your advisor

Im going to see a new advisor Monday to talk to her, I just don't agree with doing everything but the nursing classes then applying, it would take like 8 or 9 semesters when I could manage to do it in 6-7. what times are your clinicals? I have to do the math 012 before the 129 but im going to do a and p 1 and math 012 this summer and then nuring assistant, chem and math for heath sciences. I don't work so I think I can handle it, what classes shouldn't I take together?

Clinicals are different hours and days for each nursing class

besaangel, ASN, BSN, MSN, CNA, RN, APRN, NP

Specializes in Aesthetics, Med/Surg, Outpatient. Has 5 years experience.

What you have in mind so far sounds good as far as the classes you need to take. However you must understand that in order to even get into the nursing assistant class (HLH) you have to have a great GPA and you have to have most of your prerequisites completed. It's not just a class that you can register for, unless you're planning on doing your CNA elsewhere.

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Prereq like what? I looked at them and it said English and math? My first advisor has me taking the math and that my first semester but she doesn't know anything she never told me anything about that she just said to register in April but I'll find out all of this monday. I just want to know if there are day time clinicals so I can plan for it with my kids.

Currently I'm in mental health. Clinical is tues wed 830 til 1230 or 2 the latest. Last semester was med surg thurs and fri 630-2 and first semester was mon tues 7-130. I go to the owens campus

Is this at Del tech ? if so what campus and how did you schedule everything? I need to register for summer and fall in April and im not sure what classes I should do She had me doing everything but the nursing then do them which would take me three years. I have kids so I need to pick them up by 5:30 so hopefully I wont have class or clinicals later than that. My old advisor ( the one that didn't know much) said I could be in clinical until like 6 or something and I was like what ? I figured they had day time clinical for people like me who have kids or work.

oh I didn't see you said Owens that where Im starting. so Im guessing your in the practical nursing ? how many classes to nursing students take at a time? did you follow the sequence or use it as and outline?

Yes I go to del tech in Georgetown. No clinicals are not until 6. The lastest I have had is 230. Look at the ranking sheet for the program and take those classes and do well in the them. The better your grades the better chance u have to get in. You need to take the HLH course or take another CNA course also. I would recommend taking as many pre reqs as you can before you start the program cause it's not easy.

I'm im the RN program. They take about 60