Looking to get my BSN in Arizona

  1. 0 Hi guys I recently graduated from nursing school with my RN. I'm looking into schools here is AZ and there are so many choices when it comes to going back to school for my BSN. So far I'm most interested in Grand Canyon University and Northern Arizona university. Does anyone have experience with either of these schools online BSN programs? Thanks bunches.
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    NurseAsh87 has '1' year(s) of experience. From 'AZ'; Joined Apr '12; Posts: 10; Likes: 1.

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  4. Visit  VickyRN profile page
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    Moved to Arizona State Nursing Programs Forum, as more appropriate forum for this sort of inquiry
  5. Visit  popmode77 profile page
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    No experience with the schools you listed but I just started my BSN online at Chamberlain and so far I love it.
  6. Visit  fromtheseaRN profile page
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    I am in the RN-BSN at Grand Canyon University. The classes are 5 weeks long each, and it's pretty much just busy work. I chose it because it actually ended up being drastically cheaper than ASU's RN-BSN program. My only complaint is now that I am close to finishing, they've told me I am short 7 credits and need to take two more elective classes in order to graduate. Luckily I can get those done at a community college in time to graduate. I get a 10% discount for having graduated from the Maricopa Community College nursing program, and an additional discount because I am working for a major hospital system here.
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    Quote from fromtheseaRN
    I am in the RN-BSN at Grand Canyon University. The classes are 5 weeks long each, and it's pretty much just busy work. I chose it because it actually ended up being drastically cheaper than ASU's RN-BSN program. My only complaint is now that I am close to finishing, they've told me I am short 7 credits and need to take two more elective classes in order to graduate. Luckily I can get those done at a community college in time to graduate. I get a 10% discount for having graduated from the Maricopa Community College nursing program, and an additional discount because I am working for a major hospital system here.
    GCU ended up being cheaper than ASU for RN-BSN? That's craziness. Hmmmm


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