Let me explain my situation. I am enrolled at a University in a BSN program for Nursing. I am finishing up my prerequisites in order to apply to the nursing program. There is no guarantee of getting accepted and very few spots open every semester. Here is my dilema:
I received an acceptance letter from a local University into their 2 1/2 year ADN program. If I transfer to that program, I will be finished about one year earlier than the BSN program. I still have all of my sciences to do..A&P I and II, Chem, Microbio, Physics and Biochem before I can apply to the nursing school where I am currently. I have finished all of my general education requirements for my BS.
I would appreciate your opinions as to whether or not to stick it out in my current program with the uncertainty of being admitted into the nursing school OR transferring to the ADN program and then finishing my BSN afterwards which would only be a few classes.
I really don't know what to do. Thank you for reading this long post and I hope to hear from anyone that has a recommendation.
Apr 8, '04
Take the ADN position. You can always do one of the BSN completion programs through the UWs. Through agreements with the tech system, all ADN credits are now transferrable to the UW completion program. Besides, because you will be working AS an RN after the ADN program, your employer will probably provide tuition reimbursement, too. Can't beat that!
What schools are you talking about?? I may have more insight for you... PM me.
Last edit by christinemj on Apr 8, '04
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