Online RN-BSN programs - page 4

I am looking for some information/advice on some online RN-BSN programs with affordable tuition that are accredited. If anyone has any information or advice that could help me out PLEASE help me... Read More

  1. by   LuvofNursing
    As far as accreditation goes, are these online programs that have been mentioned here NLNAC, CCNE....and does anyone know the differences in accreditations?

    I am going to move forward with my RN to BSN online, then Master's after some experience, but I want to make sure the college where I want to get a Master's accepts my RN to BSN.

    thank you.
  2. by   LuvofNursing
    I have been in contact with Chamberlain College. They are accredited by CCNE and NLNAC, which is approved by the department of education. This was the big concern from the university that I was contemplating as a future Master's location.

    Here is a link to find out if your school is accredited and by whom.

    US Dept of Education link
  3. by   Online Edward
    Linfield College offers a fully accredited online RN-BSN degree that is one of the best in the nation. In addition, they have also published an extremely helpful "Online College Guide" that can help prepare students for online studies.

    Best of luck!:spin:
  4. by   gypsyatheart
    Drakes mom I've been thinking about Univ of Phoenix but I can't find any info on cost. Do you mind sharing what the approx cost is and how long the program takes? Thanks.
  5. by   Not_A_Hat_Person
    SUNY Empire State College has an online RN-BSN program. Priority goes to new York residents, but out-of-state tuition is $207 per credit, $2,485 per term if you take 12-16 credits.
  6. by   Multicollinearity
    Quote from Not_A_Hat_Person
    SUNY Empire State College has an online RN-BSN program. Priority goes to new York residents, but out-of-state tuition is $207 per credit, $2,485 per term if you take 12-16 credits.

    That is really inexpensive tuition.
    Last edit by Multicollinearity on Jul 19, '09
  7. by   PopeJane3rd
    Quote from MelRN13
    I don't know about affordable, but these are the programs that I've looked into--I ended up going with Davenport University.
    Davenport University: www.davenport.edu
    U of Michigan-Flint: uofmflint.edu
    Ferris State University: www.ferris.edu
    Michigan State University: www.msu.edu


    Why did you choose davenport over the others?
  8. by   MereSanity
    Old posting I know but I am enrolled in FHCHS.edu and love it so far!

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