I'm looking into Suffolk's associates degree program for nursing and I'm really confused by what I'm reading..
So from what I understand, SCC offers a day and evening program, 4-6 semesters and these programs include Microbio, A&P 1+2, Intro Psych, Sociology, etc.
I've seen people posting in the other threads about already having taken all these classes before they apply but don't you just need to take them again? I already have a Bachelor's so I've taken a lot of the core classes (psychology, sociology, chemistry, humanities, english, math, etc) and I was put off by the idea of doing a 2 year degree where I'm having to retake a lot of these classes.
Can you do the suffolk degree without having to repeat that stuff, as in my psych/chemistry/sociology/english credits would transfer?
Any info would be great