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  1. nurseprospect29

    Job Hunting

    So even 1 year of experience would make a difference? Also, would the technical school matter then or would they look more so at my experience at that point? I’m hoping not to wait that long but if I have then it is what it is haha.
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    Job Hunting

    Would it be better if we try to stay in Utah for a year and me work for a year before moving? Would that help?
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    Job Hunting

    That’s awesome! How do you like it? We need to take a trip in the next year and a half and figure out where we want to live haha. I wish there was that type of program here For 2 yr or 4 yr schools I still need about 2-4 semesters of pre-requisites and then the programs still take 4 semesters (they don’t go through the summer) so essentially 2 years and then I could do my BSN. There is one program that takes a yr but they have over 270 applicants and only take 70 It makes it tough to put my eggs in that basket haha. Maybe I’ll just get a phlebotomy license and work until my kiddos are older and can go back to school. They are 2.5, 7 months, and one on the way. So that probably won’t be for a while.
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    Job Hunting

    We will be moving to the Dallas area, probably a suburb like Frisco or Allen so that’s where I would be looking. I would be graduating with my BSN from a university (I would be transferring the RN from the technical school to the university to finish my BSN) before getting to Texas. But you recommendation is the same? They don’t have accelerated programs for bachelor’s degree holders in Utah I have noticed they do have those sort of programs in Texas though. The difficult part is I have three kids and while in Utah have family that can help me get through school, once I’m in Texas that won’t be the case
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    Help please! Lost and confused

    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
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    ROSEMAN UNIVERSITY ABSN FALL 2019

    Hey is Roseman still doing pass/fail grades or are they are now giving actual letter grades?
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    ROSEMAN UNIVERSITY ABSN FALL 2019

    Does anyone know if Roseman is still doing pass/fail grades or if they are now giving actual letter grades?
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