A lot of users have been helpful. Kept repeating talk to my advisor.
But my advisor also told me I can play around in my student portal using this feature called a ‘What If report’ that generates and maps out a curriculum plan for missing courses.
I have spoken to my advisor in the past lots of times to a point where he knows me very well and to the point, I read the CC catalog where I have memorized it by now I know which courses connect to what universities.
AAS - Associate in Applied Science in dental hygiene or nursing. I think maybe I might dump the AS in Physics and pursue an AAS get a job as a dental hygienist until I figure out what I really want in a BS degree because I am very bored of being jobless for the past two years from being a full-time student.
If I do make 80k a year as an RDH, I don’t mind paying out of pocket for small loans. All that money I would make in RDH will be in my bank account anyway doing nothing besides paying internet and phone bill only.
If I wanted to get an AAS in nursing or dental hygiene; I would be required to finish the remaining prereqs for the admission requirements before even entering that program. These would be covered, long as it meets the merits for ‘degree-seeking student’
Both dental hygiene and nursing would require these prereqs to be done asap before they expire in 5 years.
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I still feel a little down since a person who has a bachelor’s in dental hygiene or a BSN has a better hierarchy and higher positions than me But I really love the dental setting a lot and wanted to work as an RDH ever since I signed up for CC, that was the whole reason of going to CC.
My advisor told me to hold on to those loads of courses, you can work while taking those courses and pay out of pocket. CC does not care you can take many courses and just pay out of pocket. Just focus on working and then once you’re ready you can speak to a Uni advisor from there.