I have my high school diploma and a certification in childbirth education and that's it. I've never applied to a college and have zero college credits. I've decided to start studying now so that when my family is done growing and all my kids are getting to be school aged, I can start a carreer as a nurse-midwife. Currently that is a master's degree, but will probably require a doctoral degree before I can finish the program. That's all fine, but I'm having a REALLY hard time turing up any straightforward information on what my first step is. I know I will have some general studies and some remedial math work to do (I slacked off on math, which is not my strong suite in high school). I'd like to do as much of this online as I can, since I'm a mother. It will allow me to work through the degree program faster and be home with my daughter (and, eventually, more kids) in the meantime. What do I do first? What's the next step?
Answer by Gailll at 12:58 PM on Oct. 23, 2009
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