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ADN or BSN - page 2

I'm currently an LPN. I was waiting for a spot to open in a 2 year RN bridge program. Because I hadn't heard anything, I applied to an accelerated BSN program here in IL (16 months to complete) and... Read More

  1. Visit  editingeyes profile page
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    I worked a full time job while doing an accelerated BSN program. Several of my classmates did as well. None of us were close to failing - you just have to prioritize your time amazingly well.

    On another note, I graduated in August from a school in TN and moved up to IL in November. I started applying for jobs the first week of November and had a job 3 weeks later. None of the jobs I looked at required a Masters, but 95% did require a BSN, so I think you are very smart for going that route.
  2. Visit  atompk2 profile page
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    Hello,

    I was thinking about attending olivet nazarene accelerated second bachelors nursing program and was wondering if anyone had any information about this program. Is it a good program?
  3. Visit  atompk2 profile page
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    I was thinking about attending olivet nazarene accelerated second bachelors nursing program and was wondering if anyone had any information about this program. Is it a good program?
  4. Visit  annalismatta profile page
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    any information on ONU's absn program? I am looking to start in january 2016. I have not heard many positive reviews so i am somewhat worried

    Hm. I had replied the other day, but my post seems to have disappeared. I am going with Olivet Nazarene University's (Oak Brook campus) accelerated BSN.

    I have not personally heard that the hospitals are moving towards Master's degrees as an entry requirement, but then again, I am not surprised by much nowadays. Are they going to provide the salaries to go with that requirement and off-set the cost of the education? I highly doubt it.[/QUOTE]
  5. Visit  tanishapooh2 profile page
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    I am also starting in January 2016. I can never really seem to find any god reviews either, but this isn't going to discourage me from attending the school. I am currently a LPN so I hope this knowledge base helps me throughout the program. If you do decide to attend in January I will look forward to working with you.


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