San Antonio College Nursing Program or UT Health Science Center Nursing Program?

Hi, I recently decided to quit teaching and now I want to pursue my studies in nursing. Do you think it's better to earn your BSA or just get your RN Associates? Do you think it makes much of a difference in whether you get hired or not?

5 Answers

  • Stacy
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
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    Actually, I've been looking at the same thing, although I am not currently a teacher. Do you already have a BS, or is your degree a BA? I believe that the UT program has a fast track for folks who already have their BS in another field, and will still result in a BSN. Also, did you know that the Baptist Health System offers nursing education? They now have night and weekend courses to help out those that still have to work days. This seems to be the best option for me, once I have the money saved up to pay for courses~ Good luck!

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    6 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    How about waiting to see if you get into one first before you start fretting. Applying to a diploma program at a hospital will give you a better chance of getting in somewhere. Many colleges are clogged with nursing applicants due to the shortage and good money involved right now. As long as your grades are good and you're done your pre-req's, don't sweat it. You should do fine.

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    6 years ago

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