The next step is to complete four years of graduate school in a highly recognized medical school, and get your medical doctorate degree. Before getting accepted to medical school you must take the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) and apply to more than one medical school. After finishing medical school you will need to go through a neurosurgery residency program, but first people have to gain acceptance one. There are actually 99 accredited neurosurgery residency programs nationally. During your residency you will need to get a medical license by passing the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE).
The level of education needed to become a registed nurse must be a bachelors of science degree I nursing , and associate degree in nursing, or a diploma in nursing . BSN programs are offered by colleges and universities , to earn your BSN, you usually take up four years in college. Associate degree in nursing are usually offered by community and junior colleges, and it will take up to two to three years to complete. Diploma programs also takes three years and are administrated by hospitals. Registered nurses who graduate from the bachelors of Science in nursing programs may high advancements than the associated degree or diploma holders.
My Professional Short-Term and Long-Term Goals My short-term goal is to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing in the next 16 months and my long-term goal is to obtain my Master’s degree in the next five years. My short-term goal as stated above is to meet the current requirement for my job-related career advancement. Most Nursing establishments require a Bachelor’s degree in nursing to enhance critical thinking in patient care. A Bachelor’s degree is also needed to be competitive in the job market. I am currently a Registered Nurse in the telemetry unit where most of my patients range from middle age to the elderly with heart-related conditions.
Dear Mrs. Rowland, After I graduate high school, I intend to attend a community college. The community college I would like to go to would be Folsom Lake College. I would go there for a few years, and then transfer in to a 4-year university. The 4-year university I would like to attend would be San Luis Obispo. While in college, I hope to earn a bachelor’s degree.
I have a written timeline that I refer to often. Pursuing my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees will better prepare me to be the nurse I want to be. The demand for health care providers, particularly advanced practice nurses will increase if universal health care becomes a reality in the United States (Fontenot & Hawkins, 2011). I believe that there is a strong need for WHNP’s in the future. My hope is that within five years I will be practicing as a WHNP.
Professional Career Action Plan Outline Complete this professional career action plan outline after viewing the Career 101 workshop link on the student website. You may need to research specific careers or companies to answer all of the questions. A professional career plan details career goals, rather than personal goals. This plan will look at your professional strengths and weaknesses, the type of company you wish to work for, any knowledge gaps that exist, and your professional resume. Create three to five professional goals (for example, “I want to get a job in a health care facility in the emergency services department”), and then complete this outline with those goals in mind.
As the years went by, I got serious about the program. My senior year I became DECA President and that’s when I really started to think about looking into universities with a good business program. As things started to get more difficult and hectic, I thought about just starting at the bottom and working my way up to what I want to do as far as my career. As you can see, that’s how I ended up at Jackson State Community college and I am majoring in Business Administration. Then, I plan to transfer to the University of Tennessee at Martin to get
Debbie Dorilas EXPLORATION PAPER In this exploration paper I will be talking about what I will be majoring in which is Health Services Administration, and the chosen university itself. This paper is mainly aimed to assist future students who wish to attend a four year university and to guide them in the right direction. Also there is some research that I have conducted about transferring from a two year college, the way of life at The University of Central Florida (UCF) and what is required to get to UCF. The college that I have chosen to transfer to is UCF. One of the reasons I chose UCF is because it is nearby, I can commute from home which can save me lot money by not paying rooms and board.
In my current position, I educate patients and families about disease processes, hospital plans of care, and patient goals. My professional goal is to become a hospital based clinical educator. One mandatory requirement for the position is a master’s degree in nursing; taking that first step of returning to school has made my life plan an attainable goal. I plan to review career decision after completion of four or five courses to be certain this is the path I want to follow. According to the Council on Adult and Experiential Learning (2000), the connection between student goals and the path they have