Anybody here gone from having a BS in a non-nursing field to being an RN, NP, or CNM? I will graduate in May with a BS in mechanical engineering, but I want to be some kind of a nurse (thinking NP at the moment but that could change). We have a baby on the way and dh is in the military (rather will be as soon as he graduates), so this wouldn't be any time in the near future. I know I want to work part-time and not at all when my kids are babies. I've been looking at Emory's program (just b/c I live in ATL now but prob won't if/when I actually go to nursing school), and it looks like it would take 2 years for an RN and 4 for NP or CNM. Emory's website says you have to be fully immunized to work in the medical field. I am partially immunized and have no clue where my records are (neither does my mom - weird situation). Is there some way to figure out which immunizations I have? I'm 22 now and want a big family, so I might be in my thirties before I get around to doing this. It might be when dh retires from the military unless he stays in the full 20 years. My primary job will always be homemaker since he is not in a flexible career. Anyway, I'm just kind of looking for stories of other people who have done something like this. Is there any part of the program that I could take online? I have some, but not all of the prereqs (would need to get chem II, anatomy I and II, and microbiology). I'd love to do it now, but I realize I can't have everything all at the same time.