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  1. Hello, I am currently finishing my prereqs at SW and was advised to apply for their nursing program once I am finished (originally, I was going to transfer and get a BSN, which I could still do) I have been skimming through the threads here regarding the spring evening/weekend program and I just had questions since those threads were mostly from years ago. If anyone was recently in the evening/weekend program at SW, I want to know how did your class schedules go and how many classes were you able to finish in that one semester? If you graduated, how long did it take you to finish the whole program doing it evenings/weekends? Thank you!
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    Pre Nursing Baptist College of Health Sciences

    I am attending the November 17th orientation as well and I called the school and the advisor told me that there were many options and I would be able to do that while working for this semester!
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    Pre Nursing Baptist College of Health Sciences

    (void this post haha)
  4. Hi!! I was recently accepted to Baptist College of Health Sciences as a Pre Nursing student for the Spring 2018 term. I currently work in the medical field and have for about four years. I have been looking on the forums for information about BCHS and only have found older posts from about 2 or more years ago and so I thought I would start a new one! I really love the school ! New student orientation is in a few weeks however. I did call and ask how late do their classes go until and I was told they go to about 9 PM and that they also have online courses available. I have to work and wondered if anyone else did their pre-nursing classes here and if so, what were your hours like and do you know if they had them available from maybe 5-9 ? Did you complete all of yourl Prenursing courses online? Also, did you go to classes on the weekends? Thank you in advance!
  5. I was recently accepted into Baptist College of Health Sciences for Nursing but I am a new student. I went to a technical school to be a Pharmacy Tech.I am a Certified Pharmacy Technician and have been doing this for about 2 years now. I have a full time job and me going to school is going to be an issue because my job has 2 later shifts, however, I'm not sure if class hours would cut into that. I have to do the pre classes first(obviously) which is going to be two years. One semester is 15 course hours and I forget the other 3 but they aren't that many hours. Oreintation is the end of this month and I start in the Fall. I was wondering, has anyone ever gone here? If so, what are the class hours like? Is it a full 8 hours a day or is it split up by maybe 4 hours here and there through the week?
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    Pre Nursing Classes

    I am turning 21 this year. When I got out of high school, I went for pharmacy technician training and became a Certified Pharmacy Technician. I graduated when I was 19 and the site where I interned at is where I got hired. I have been trying to make up my mind as to be a Pharmacist or a Nurse, what I always wanted to be. After a traumatic experience I had to where I was suffering while still being fully aware and of the pain and could have died( an accident) I realized that that was what I wanted to be if a lived, a nurse to help others in similar or worse situations than I was in. I am fine now but the preclasses were what I was worried about. I have been studying because I took anatomy and physiology etc. in high school but needed refreshers. I am going to do the pre classes at a community college or a nursing school here that offers the pre classes on a generic health sciences track( if you decide you don't want to be a nurse and want to be a pharmacist, most of the classes transfer over to that program) I just worry a lot but were the pre req. hard for anyone? I was also wondering what I could expect on a college level