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Pre-Nursing, A.S.

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by Gabicolon Gabicolon (New) New

Hello everyone, so I'll be getting my pre-nursing degree this Summer or fall after failing second semester of nursing school. Soo, I was wondering what I can do with degree other than transferring to another nursing program. Thank you.

Enarra, BSN, RN

Specializes in Ambulatory Primary Care. Has 9 years experience.

Not much like having a degree in liberal arts humanities. Transferring is your best bet. You can work as a CNA pct in mean time but you may need to complete a CNA course. Best of luck

4 hours ago, Enarra said:

Not much like having a degree in liberal arts humanities. Transferring is your best bet. You can work as a CNA pct in mean time but you may need to complete a CNA course. Best of luck

Oh OK. What nurse tech? any special training required for that? Thank you!

Enarra, BSN, RN

Specializes in Ambulatory Primary Care. Has 9 years experience.

Yes all require training of some sort a certification. Prenursing just means you took prerequisites it doesn’t qualify you to work as a health care worker. Best of luck. Just some examples;

home health adr , CNA is certified nursing assistant, patient care technician (pct), Nursing assistant

17 hours ago, Enarra said:

Yes all require training of some sort a certification. Prenursing just means you took prerequisites it doesn’t qualify you to work as a health care worker. Best of luck. Just some examples;

home health adr , CNA is certified nursing assistant, patient care technician (pct), Nursing assistant

Thank you very much!