All right! I need your expert help. I have decided to enter nursing school. However, I need to go part-time as I have to take care of my mother during the day. There do not seem to be a lot of part-time nursing programs
in Massachusetts. I have a B.A. in Psychology and have not completed my pre-reqs yet.(although I did 15 years ago, but they don't transfer!) I've applied to Laboure College (ADN Program), Brockton School of Nursing(diploma with optional ADN) and Mass Bay Community College(ADN Program). Laboure and Brockton will admit without having prereqs completed although I don't know if they have waiting lists. Mass Bay will admit to general studies while you work on the prereqs and then go on their wait list. There is also a path at Quincy College I could do. Get my LPN in two years(part-time) then do their lpn to ADN in one year. (part-time). They have a RN program but there is a wait list and you have to have prereqs done before applying. I think Laboure and Brockton will take 4 years while the LPN to RN will only take three. I would go for a BSN , but they are all full time! What are your thoughts people? I am 43 and not getting any younger!