Online BSN program while doing ADN program

  1. 0 I do not know whether this question has been asked before on this board, but I am wondering if there is an online BSN program one can do simultaneously while doing their ADN prgoram. I have checked my schools ADN program, and they are not connected with any universities where this can be probable. Someone please reply. Thanks!!!
    Last edit by sebig001 on Jun 11, '12
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  3. Visit  cally527 profile page
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    It is my understanding that online BSN programs require you to have your RN first.
  4. Visit  grownuprosie profile page
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    like the other poster said, most require that you complete your associates first. You may want to contact the school as they are the only ones with the answer.
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    6:53 am by cally527
    it is my understanding that online bsn programs require you to have your rn first.

    i figured. i just wanted to find a shortcut lol
    Last edit by sebig001 on Jun 11, '12 : Reason: Needed to quote cally527
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    Quote from grownuprosie
    like the other poster said, most require that you complete your associates first. You may want to contact the school as they are the only ones with the answer.
    I am going to check again to see if they have any connections with any universities. Thanks!
  7. Visit  cally527 profile page
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    Quote from sebig001
    I figured. I just wanted to find a shortcut lol
    Please do not take this the wrong way... If you want to be a nurse, then stop looking for shortcuts! The path to getting your BSN is supposed to be tough and taking shortcuts will not get you where you want to be.
  8. Visit  caliotter3 profile page
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    I have only ever known of one online prelicensure BSN program and it was done away with years ago.
  9. Visit  tokyoROSE profile page
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    What you are looking for is a traditional BSN program
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  10. Visit  missnurse01 profile page
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    Quote from sebig001
    I do not know whether this question has been asked before on this board, but I am wondering if there is an online BSN program one can do simultaneously while doing their ADN prgoram. I have checked my schools ADN program, and they are not connected with any universities where this can be probable. Someone please reply. Thanks!!!
    some programs allow you to enroll with a semester of ADN left, or after graduating but before getting your license. you will just have to look around...I know I didn't yet have my license when I started univ of wyoming online rn-bsn, but don't know if they still do that.
  11. Visit  Mrs.Priss profile page
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    We can get our ban through university of Memphis online after we graduate with ADN and it takes 1 year. I don't know about simultaneously... Good question! : )
  12. Visit  Stephalump profile page
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    If there are, it's probably a special arrangement with a particular ADN program, not something available to the general public. I think I've seen a poster on here talking about doing BSN work before graduating.
  13. Visit  justinpark09 profile page
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    Santa monica college- cal state uni. Dominguez hills. (rn-bsn while taking adn)

    good luck
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  14. Visit  llg profile page
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    I know of one school that has "duel enrollment" in its BSN completion program for students in the local Community College ADN program -- if (and only if) they have a bachelor's degree in another field. Those students take their clinical courses at the Community College while they simultaneously take theory courses and cognates from the University. When they graduate with their ADN, they have only 1 more full time semester to finish at the University for their BSN.

    Another option might be to enroll as a special student at a univeristy and take some of the prerequistie courses, electives, etc. that would then be counted towards your BSN later. You wouldn't actually be enrolled in their nursing program (and there would be no guarantee that you would be accepted into their program) ... but you would be taking courses that would offer credits that would count toward the BSN and/or be transferred to another program later. That's a little risky, but it might be do-able.


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