I am currently studying nursing and have 2 years left but I really really want to do speech therapy. However it is so frustrating because it isn't a course you can do externally. So I was thinking should I apply to do the full 4 years or finish my two years and then do the two year masters degree full time when my children are older?
Studying now at qut is very easy with my DD, as I study at caboolture and the degree in speech is in the city so that will be a nightmare with the traffic etc!
I would love your opinions and ideas x
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08-07-2012 18:20 #1
This is my plan..
11-07-2012 23:19 #2
Finish the nursing first and then do a masters
I think it sounds like what you are doing is working for you. are you enjoying the nursing studies? That's probably the most important question. Good luck!
15-07-2012 17:04 #3Senior Member
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i would finish your course first cause it sounds like your already half way through. Plus with your nursing degree you can always do releif/agency work while you study the other course
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