I have a military background what is my best school of choice?
I have a military background, 5 years as a hospital corpsman, i was once told I have 17 credits towards a hospital administration degree, i would like to attain an Associates degree in Bussiness and a bachelors in hospital administration, what would be my school of choice in using my G.I. Bill? I would like to attain a degree from a brick and mortar school also
First, what a well phrased and excellent question, and second, this question is going to include a number of parts so please bear with me.
By being a veteran of the military you have a number of option when it come to higher education, and having a number of years of experience in the field that you are looking to obtain a degree has made it even better
What I am going to suggestion that you do is start by doing a lot of research. Since you already know what you want to do, you will have an easier time finding program that fit you personal and professional goals.
Here are a number of schools that fit your criteria for the Associates degree in Business:
And, here is a list of schools that offer Bachelors degree in Health Administration:
As far as I can tell, with what little I understand about he G.I. Bill, the list of schools that I have provided should fit the criteria that you have set. They are all "Brick and Mortar" schools, and public institutions (which is required by the G.I Bill).
What I suggest you do is contact these schools, and talk with an admissions advisor, an advisor will be able to guide you through the process.
Remember, all schools have had to work with individuals coming from the military, and know the processes and procedures that are required for you to apply, transfer credits, and pay your tuition.
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