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Going in as a nurse is it reasonable to try to double major or is the course work load too much?

I would like to try and double major. I want to major in Nutrition and Kinesiology. I am wondering if their will be enough time for me to do both with the course work load that nursing requires. #nurse #student #nursing #healthcare #academic-advising

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Klara’s Answer

Good morning!


When I was in nursing school, the demands were high and the course work was incredibly difficult. Between class, studying, lab and clinicals, I would not have been able to successfully double major. However, one of my peers was able to do so and double majored in Nursing and Spanish.


Best of luck to you!

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Patty’s Answer

Dear Izabella,

I can only speak for myself, but nursing school was incredibly difficult. Between lecture, clinicals, and study time there are a lot of demands! I could not possibly imagine taking on anything else, but, again, that's me. I should also mention I worked part-time and a mother to 4 children. Good luck to you!

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