I have a bit of a unique situation. I live in europe currently because my husband is in the military. I want to get into nursing and eventually become a CNM. I take classes online from here and there is no where for clinicals within 5 hours of where we live so nursing school is out of the question. I'm a semester away from my AA in Psych and at the moment I'm a stay at home mom and qualify for a lot of financial aide. I am seriously considering a bachelors in health care administration since the lower level course work is the same for most nursing programs like anatomy and physiology, micro, chemistry etc. Do you think it would be beneficial for me to work on that while I am here and when I get back to the states do a direct entry masters program since I will have a non nursing bachelors or get my adn and then eventually masters to become a cnm? Or just put off school and wait till I am in the states? I will be here another 2 1/2 years. I can essentially get my bs in health science done for free while I am overseas and all my nursing pre reqs done. In a few years I may not qualify for all the financial aide and im 24 so I want to get school over with as soon as possible. I am just exploring my options. I also have my pharmacy tech certification and medical administrative assistant certification as well as two toddlers.