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ACE program at SCSU

  1. 0 Hello, just wondering if anyone has completed the accelerated program at Souther Connecticut State University? I am looking for a 1 year BSN program and it looks like it is affordable. Any insight would be great.

    Thanks, Scott
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  3. Visit  jells1026 profile page
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    Hey Scott,

    I applied to the program and I'm pretty sure this is the first year the program will be up and running.

    Did you apply? I am hoping to hear back either way next week. There are a lot of pre and co-requisites for the program though so I'm trying to work out how I would complete them all.
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    No, i did not apply for this year but I am wanting to apply for next year. It did not really say on the website that this was the first year for the ACE program. I emailed the program coordinator to see what the tuition would be for an out of stater and she said that there was no differnce between in and out of state. This is nice for me. If you get in, please keep me posted.

    I think I would have to take a few prereq's also. It does not state the actual prereq's on the website, just the course numbers. Well good luck to you.
    Thanks, Scott
  5. Visit  wonnabenurse profile page
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    Quote from jells1026
    Hey Scott,

    I applied to the program and I'm pretty sure this is the first year the program will be up and running.

    Did you apply? I am hoping to hear back either way next week. There are a lot of pre and co-requisites for the program though so I'm trying to work out how I would complete them all.
    I know this is an old thread. I was wondering whether you got into the ACE program at SCSU.
  6. Visit  hmmg profile page
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    Hi! Looking for any feedback about SCSU's ACE program ~ whether you are graduated, completing, or hoping to be involved in this BSN program. Thanks!
  7. Visit  Sianen profile page
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    The ACE program is pretty intense. It starts off slow (well, as slow as any standard nursing program is) but it gets exponentially more demanding as the months pass. It's a HUGE commitment and you need to have excellent organizational/time-management skills. Be prepared to basically have no life for the duration of the program. You might be able to work part time during the first few months but definitely not past the first semester. This is a really tough program but it will be (hopefully) worth it since it's 12 months start to finish.
  8. Visit  hmmg profile page
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    Thanks Sianen. How many hours per week do you estimate you work or study? Also, can you give me an idea of what your backround is like?
    Thanks for your feedback, and Good Luck!
  9. Visit  Karoberto profile page
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    I am currently taking pre-reqs for the ACE program. Hoping that I am accepted. Have a way to go. I'm curious as to what the schedule is like? For example, what hours through out the day. Is is Mon-Fri. or wknds too? Is there a significant amount of time needed to study away from school? Any advice or ideas would be very appreciated! Thanks!
  10. Visit  Rooskenator profile page
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    I am also applying to this next year and would love any input on this program!
  11. Visit  CT BSN student profile page
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    I am currently in the ACE program. It is rapid and inexpensive for a BSN, but that is where the benefits end in my opinion. Perhaps my prior academic experience left me expecting a higher quality of education.

    The bottom line is that you show up, jump through the hoops, and earn a BSN. If I never see another PowerPoint presentation again after this program ends, that would be fine with me! Few of the professors actually lecture on the material and stress the important points. Exam questions are ridiculous and are not designed to accurately test your knowledge on the subject matter.

    You may NOT miss classes - not because they help you with the material (you basically must teach much of it to yourself), but because attendance is mandatory.

    There are a few of us who work part-time, but not the students with spouses or children.

    Be prepared to give up your social life for 12 months. The program is 53 credits with some long (12-hour) clinicals.


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