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Fri Mar 8, 2019, 09:33 AM

1. Both Purdue and Iowa State have been

expanding their engineering programs the last few years (probably going on everywhere). My daughter had an internship and had an accepted offer in September of her senior year (with the company she interned with). Her husband kicked around with a couple of contract jobs before catching on with the same employer after about a year. Both are 2016 ME graduates.

It took my daughter about two months to get a position after getting her BSN degree (with the hospital affiliated with the college she went too). She is doing really well for a nurse with no prior experience (she did have extra clinical hours through her college which she paid tuition for).

At Iowa State you have to pay more per year in engineering than other majors ($2,400/yr). We only have one public nursing option in the state (Iowa) that also has differential tuition of about $2,400/yr.

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