Hi everyone, happy holidays!
So I've just finished my second semester of my freshman year, and while I'm excited for next year, there are so many questions floating around in my head. I made the decision to declare pre-med before I entered college. After volunteering at hospitals and seeing a close family member in and out the hospital, I've started to think Nursing might be a better fit. My biggest problems right now are my school and making academic decisions.
The college I attend now has a Nursing program, but they don't seem compatible with my plans to transfer schools and continue with my education after that. When I went to the office to inquire about their program, the response I got was something along the lines of "why on earth would you want to get a Masters when you could work after two years?" I didn't want to step on any toes, so I thanked them and left it at that.
Because of the advising situation at my school, I'm a little confused right now. I ended the semester with a 3.25 (so far I've earned three As, two Bs and a C that I'm not happy about.) Depending on where I transfer, I was considering majoring in Neuroscience. If not, Psychology and Biology are also strong contenders.
I apologize for posting so much; but any advice on where to go from here would be much appreciated. If my semester gpa for spring is a 4.0, then my overall will be a 3.56.
Thanks for reading!