Upper divisional BSN programs

  1. Hi everyone! I was wondering if anyone knew of any programs that are upper-divisonal BSN? By this I mean you complete 60some pre-req credits at another school, and then you transfer after your sophmore year and do your clnicals and other upper-div. nursing courses (patho, Pharmo, etc.) there. I know that Thomas Jefferson U and John Hopkins both have a program like this, anyone aware of any others?
    Thanks!
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  2. 9 Comments

  3. by   memphispanda
    Can't you do that at most Universities? I would think that almost all BSN programs would accept transfers. I know that here, University of Memphis takes transfers, but they do have one or two non-nursing classes they will not accept transfer credit for.

    Carol
  4. by   llg
    University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in Little Rock was like that a few years ago. I'm not sure about now.

    llg
  5. by   TCW
    Temple University in Philly is like that.
  6. by   babynursewannab
    Kennesaw State University and Georgia State University -- both in the atlanta area.
  7. by   PennyLane
    You're right about Johns Hopkins. Also University of Maryland, Baltimore City. Those are two of the BSN programs I'll be applying to.
  8. by   Allison P
    UAMS in Little Rock still has a BSN completion program. They also have an articulated RN to MSN degree.

    Allison
  9. by   RNConnieF
    Most colleges here allow you to tramsfer if from an ADN program to finish up. Many, make it easy for ADN nurses to get back into school.
  10. by   Tigger100S
    Thanks everyone for replies. I am not looking to be a transfer student, I am looking for particular programs that are composed only of college students who are juniors and have done certain pre-reqs at the school of their choice. I am in a BSN program.
  11. by   RutgerskidBSN
    Rutgers is a upper level BSN program. They have 3 locations and it is very afordable. The professors are great and really enjoy being there. I am very happy with the program and would recommend it to anyone! Any questions just ask.

    -kevin

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