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Hello, I wanted to know the different between being an oncology nurse and a AGCNS-ONC? or is it the same thing? I am planning to apply to UCSF for the MEPN and want to specialize in oncology. If I do the AGCNS-ONC, will I still be able to interact wi
Views: | Author: jone | Date: 3-06-2015, 18:44
For those who are looking to attend USD I am recommending that you pursue nursing school elsewhere and here is why:

1. Cost. This is a private Catholic college. You will spend two times as much as you would if you attended an accelerated BSN program.
Views: | Author: alice | Date: 3-06-2015, 19:10
Hey everybody, so i am a newbie, thinking of doing my masters in nursing with the MEPN/GEPN program. I have a microbiology degree and my GPA is 3.8. I was wondering if you guys knew of schools with this entry program but i can take the pre-reqs along
Views: | Author: jone | Date: 3-07-2015, 08:10
I'm a high school senior and I'm going to Beloit College in Wisconsin starting in the fall. I will most likely major in creative writing or possibly psychology. My plan was to get my BA and then complete my MEPN and become a pediatric nurse. I have
Views: | Author: alice | Date: 3-07-2015, 08:19
I plan to apply for an ABSN or MEPN in the Bay Area (Samuel merrit, SFSU, UCSF) and in SoCal (CSUN, CSUB and fullerton)

Me:
-two bachelors degrees (psychology and public health)
-Overall GPA 3.3
-As and Bs in the pre-requisites.
-GREs: 1210 and 5 on
Views: | Author: alice | Date: 3-07-2015, 08:20
I really want to be an RN in the future, and already get an Bachelor degree in Finance.
So, my question is, should I start from "MEPN"(Master's Entry Program in Nursing) or "BSN"?

Also I am wondering if I am an "RN, MSN"
Views: | Author: jone | Date: 3-07-2015, 08:54