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
0Jan 11, '13 by editingeyesI 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.
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0May 2, '13 by atompk2Hello,
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?
0May 2, '13 by atompk2I 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?
0Apr 30 by annalismattaany 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]