Being the second largest community college in LA County, they do indeed offer what is supposedly a pretty quality and stable nursing program.
I was aiming for a BSN to become an RN, because I plan on having some experience overseas in my twenties. While it'd be much easier for me to walk away with the Associate's, I feel I need to at least anchor it with the Bachelor's. Currently sixteen, I'll be seventeen next month and I've already completed all studies needed for high school graduation, so newly minted seventeen when I begin college in June. Therefore, three years would make my college (and education) graduation finished just a month after turning twenty. I understand it is difficult for engineering or other medical majors, like physicians and psychiatrists, but thankfully I am not going for that long of a course of a study. Also, I've looked it up to find widely offered and accredited online courses and alternatives to bring me up.
However... anyone have a list of classes? I do know what I desire to do, just not how exactly to do it.