Consider This When Choosing a Graduate Program

February 2005
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2005 Supplement, Vol. 25, p26
Academic Journal
Discusses the factors which should be considered when selecting a school of nursing for graduate studies. Options offered by schools of nursing to make the transition into graduate education easier; Factors to consider in taking online education; Cost of tuition and other fees.


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