I am currently a sophomore at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith which only offers a BSN program. I followed the 8 semester degree plan exactly and would have been able to apply for the program October 1st for spring admission.
I now have all my pre-reqs finished for this program, but I am switching schools. I am applying for the nursing program at the University of Arkansas Little Rock which only offers an ASN to BSN program. Since the programs are different, I am using my free semester to take any pre-reqs needed for the UALR nursing program.
Since it is an ASN to BSN program, will it take me six years all together to get my Bachelors degree when it could've take four years at the University I am attending now?
UAFS degree plan:
UALR degree plans:
I believe that all the courses required in the BSN program at UALR are all online course as well, if that makes any difference.
Also, looking at my student account at UAFS, my estimated graduation date is December 2017. I'm not sure if that is because I haven't applied for the program yet and they're just guessing or if I have been wrong this entire time about getting my bachelors degree in four years. I am so confused.
Thank you so much for your time and I greatly appreciate any feedback!