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is it hard to transfer nursing school from liberal arts major?

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by adorablesh adorablesh (New) New

Hi. I am currently having senior year and about to choose the college for next year.

Duquesne actually has nursing program and i don't know how good it is but anyway..

If I get in as liberal arts program which I already did, how hard would be to transfer to nursing program?

I applied late and that's how i couldn't apply either nursing or pre-pharm.

is it really hard for majority schools?

one of my friends goes there n she said it's really hard cuz pretty much all seats are reserved?

so, do they actually start with fully spaced, tho?

what about the students who are applyin' after their bachelor's to get master's degree?

I am really confused about this process.

cuz if it's not really hard, i would love to try.

also, if i go to duquesne and take exact(pretty much similar) courses as pre-pharmacy school students do,

shouldn't i get more advantage tho?

cuz it's much more easier to transfer n everythin'!

so, please let me know whether my thought is right or not!

THANK YOU :)))

Nursing schools require that prospective students apply to the program. You will compete with other prospective students for the few available slots. If only it were so easy as just transferring into the program!

Nursing schools require that prospective students apply to the program. You will compete with other prospective students for the few available slots. If only it were so easy as just transferring into the program!

even though i am goin' to the same school?

shouldn't that be advantage for me, tho?

i don't understand why i would be treated the same with ppl who are from other schools, too

like think about UC schools they are def favorable to in-state students.

i mean i don't understand why i couldn't get benefit.

just that's what i don't understand.

even though i am goin' to the same school?

shouldn't that be advantage for me, tho?

i don't understand why i would be treated the same with ppl who are from other schools, too

like think about UC schools they are def favorable to in-state students.

i mean i don't understand why i couldn't get benefit.

just that's what i don't understand.

Sometimes state schools give preference to in-state students, some don't. I have heard of a few private schools that give an advantage to students who do their prerequisite classes at the school, but not many.

The best thing you could do is to make an apointment to speak with an advisor in the nursing program at the school you're interested in. They're the only ones who will know for sure what the policies are for that school.