I have been attending the University of Phoenix for almost 2 years now, in hopes to one day becoming an RN. Before I enrolled I told the enrollment councilor my dreams and she assured me after taking the Associates in Healthcare Administration I could move on to the next step. However, I found out today I wasn't even enrolled in the proper Associates program (Associates of Applied Science). So, I set 2 years in and 30,000 in debt. When I called my "now" councilor all he could say was "unfortunately we do not offer any programs to assist you in that type of medical field." Really????? So, that leaves me with the questions: why did y'all tell me that was the program I needed? Can anyone please help me? I don't think I should be the one paying for there hidden information!!!
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