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Well you don't necessarily have to get your masters in the same feild of study that you got you bachelor. However there may be some pre reqs that you have to take. For example you could have graduated with a BS in Biology and then get your master's in Early Childhood Education. You may still have to take some undergraduate classes and tests but it can be done. I hope this ans your questions but if you have more questions why don't you go to a university's home page and ask someone in their graduate department.
If you haven't already begun college courses,then that is the first step.Almost like High School you will need basic Math, english,public speaking etc.only on the college level.Once the pre-requisit credits are earned you can begin the nursing courses.
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Nola Ochs is just as likely to answer questions as to ask them. That's not the only thing distinguishing her from fellow students at Fort Hays State University. She's 95, and when she graduates May 12, she'll be what is believed to be the world's oldest person to be awarded a college degree. She didn't plan it that way. She just loved to learn as a teenager on a Hodgeman County farm, then as a teacher at a one-room school after graduating from high school and later as a farm wife and mother. "That yearning for study was still there. I came here with no thought of it being an unusual thing at all," she said. "It was something I wanted to do. It gave me a feeling of satisfaction. I like to study and learn." The record Ochs will break, according to Guinness World Records, belongs to Mozelle Richardson, who at age 90 in 2004 received a journalism degree from the University of Oklahoma. "We should all be so lucky and do such amazing things. Her achievement challenges us all to reach for our own goals and dreams," said Tom Nelson, AARP chief operating officer in Washington.