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Bellin's traditional 4-year program is unique in that you are accepted into a school of nursing when you apply your senior year of high school. Technically, you begin taking nursing classes your freshman year of college, which I was VERY excited about. However, in the first year, you are only in one nursing class per semester, as most of your credits are general education classes specific to nursing-- chemistry, biology, anatomy and physiology, etc. Essentially, I was disappointed in the first-year classes because they were kind of fluff classes, but I did learn a LOT in anatomy and physiology. That...
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