I am interested in Nursing, and have chosen to do an alternative approach. Would I be able to take a nursing program with majoring in Health and Human Performances, and minoring in Biology?
Or, would it be easier to just major in Health Science.
Is there another approach I could take in my undergrad that will help me get into a Nursing program? (without, of course, majoring in nursing)
Thank you for the fast reply. Basically, what you're saying is that after I graduate from my undergrad with a bachelors degree in Health Science, I am able to take a nursing program? How long is a nursing program? And when can I start working as a nurse? Do I have to work at random jobs until I finish my nursing program?
Thank you again, you have helped me more than you realize!
I'm a freshman at a private college with a 27% graduate rate. You only get TWO chances to repeat a class. Due to a low grade in Anatomy, I had drop out of the class during the midterm. With that being said, I do not want to risk going back to the nursing program since it is very risky for me to be kicked out of the program.
Therefore, I am pursuing a Health Science degree. Will this set me back? Any advice? How should I move forward so that I can be a nurse?
Side note: My college is tuition-free for your first four years, so I will not be planning to switch schools.