I know I've posted about similar stuff before but I'm kind of reaching my wits end and can use all the advice I can get.
So I've been pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from my school. I entered in in 2009, slacked off a bit, and really started in the last half of 2010. Then a little ways into it they changed the program, making several of my classes worthless and adding a year to my prenursing time. Then they did it again adding another extra semester. Whoo. Then I got in! Turns out nursing school is CRAZY HARD! I made past semester 1 but about 1/3rd of my class didn't. Semester 2 was rougher, and I almost squeeked it out, but was dropped from the program for getting a D in a class. Ok then, I've been in school for almost 7 years now for a 4 year degree, what the hell, but I need to figure out what I'm doing. My school is trying to push me into a degree in Health Studies...which from the research I've done is worthless. I'm 28 years old, still in school, have 160 credit hours of classes under my belt, and no idea what do with them all.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.