Hillsborough Community College Fall 2012 - page 120

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    Hi, I have a question for all the current nursing studens. Is any one here taking extra classes along with the nursing courses so they can graduate with their ASSOCIATES IN ARTS as well as ASN, then transfer to USF for a BSN.
    Is it working out ok for you? I just found out today that i have to have my AA in order to trans to BSN. I am missing a good 8 - 11 classes. not including spanish class 1 and 2. what should i do in this case. Any advice would be nice. thank you everyone.
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    Who told you that you have to have your Associates in Arts? If you read the articulation agreement between HCC and USF its just a number of classes you have to take at HCC before you transfer to USF after you graduate? And as far as your language goes, did you take spanish 1 and 2 in high school because that should be enough.
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    Quote from becky_rudes
    Who told you that you have to have your Associates in Arts? If you read the articulation agreement between HCC and USF its just a number of classes you have to take at HCC before you transfer to USF after you graduate? And as far as your language goes, did you take spanish 1 and 2 in high school because that should be enough.
    Hi becky, well the advisor printed it out for me yesterday, and said if I wanted my associates it better to get your AA here because its cheaper. You need an AA and an ASN to get into your BSN. < That is what she told me. And for language I only took half a year of french. I ended up being upgraded to a senior right from the begining on 11th grade. So I didnt get my language. So that is why I was going to take Spanish this summer and fall
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    Do you have a copy of the articulation agreement? http://www.hccfl.edu/media/577742/hc...0agreement.pdf Here it is, and it is specifically designed to go from you ASN to the BSN. There is no need for an additional degree. Hope that helps.
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    Quote from becky_rudes
    Do you have a copy of the articulation agreement? http://www.hccfl.edu/media/577742/hc...0agreement.pdf Here it is, and it is specifically designed to go from you ASN to the BSN. There is no need for an additional degree. Hope that helps.
    Omg thank you sooooo much... I will review this later tonight after I study. U have been such a big help. I hope your schooling is/went well. Nof sure how far u guys are.
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    You are welcome! We are done, we just graduated in December. Took my NCLEX on 1/27 and passed on the first try, now on the search for a job Good luck!!!
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    Quote from becky_rudes
    You are welcome! We are done, we just graduated in December. Took my NCLEX on 1/27 and passed on the first try, now on the search for a job Good luck!!!
    That is great! Congratulations on your job hunt. I bet you are super happy its over for now. Why didnt your clinical site hire u?
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    The nursing field is super competitive right now, they either want you to have your BSN or experience, unfortunately I have neither at this time so its a litte harder finding a job.
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    Quote from becky_rudes
    The nursing field is super competitive right now, they either want you to have your BSN or experience, unfortunately I have neither at this time so its a litte harder finding a job.
    Have you thought about going back to school soon? For your BSN.. maybe trying nursing homes and if your open to it, try looking outside of this area. I scared of big moves like that. But hey it will get your career moving in the right path.


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