How could I be a nurse without a nursing major?
Question by Ian B: How could I be a nurse without a nursing major?
I love History. This has to be my major, and I would probably also minor in either Biology or Spanish. This would not give me the time for another major in nursing, and a minor would be just pointless. How could I be a nurse then? Is there some type of master’s program?
Answer by Gypsy Girl
Why not do a double major in history and nursing? Then you could continue studying other topics after graduation. You will need to take a foreign language anyway, so that will get you started on spanish and you will learn some biology during your nursing studies. You can do it all, just not if four years.
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