HI I would love your suggestions and help on this topic. I have bachelors degree in psychology but I would like to go back to get a nursing degree. I am 29 years old, married and have two kids with one on the way. I don't have time to waste so I am considering Ameritech. Right now I am in Utah but we will be moving to Texas in 2 years. Right now I have my families help and support, when we move to Texas I won't have any family around.
I would love to choose a traditional university for nursing school but, my time is limited I only have 2 years left in Utah, and I don't have my Physiology or Anatomy finished. Then there is a matter of even getting into a program, everything is so competitive here and again I don't have time to waste. I'm scared that I won't get in to anything even after doing the pre-requisites. Which is why I'm very seriously considering Ameritech, however the stigma behind choosing it and the price tag are my two hold backs.
After asking a nursing friend of mine, she said get it done as fast as possible, no one really cares where you get your RN from.
I would be transferring my RN to UVU and doing my BSN there, because I have a bachelors already my generals are done and they would allow me to do this, after buying some nursing credits that don't fully transfer over from Ameritech. Or I could get my BSN from WGU as well.
HELP!!! I'm so lost and confused