Current Ivy tech LPN to RN transition students

  1. For current students in the transition program, after you completed all your prereqs and coreqs how many semesters of nursing classes did you have? 2 or 3? I'm concerned for financial aid reasons because after the spring semester I will have all my coreqs done and don't want to go under the 12 credit hour requirement.
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  2. 6 Comments

  3. by   NurseEmmy
    3 semesters. Summer, Fall, and Spring. At least at the SB location.
  4. by   Newbienurse2017
    I was wondering if you knew if mental health is taken in the summer at SB campus??? Thanks in advance
  5. by   NurseEmmy
    It isn't typically offered in the summer at SB, but due to so many failing there is a rumor it might be offered for certain students. Don't let that worry you though. They are changing instructors around (or at least that's the rumor too). Good luck!
  6. by   NurseBre94
    I will be under the 12 cr hour mark also. My plan is to take some classes that will go towards my BSN at WGU. I've always known the program to be Summer, Fall, and Spring.
  7. by   Nurseteej
    Quote from NurseBre94
    I will be under the 12 cr hour mark also. My plan is to take some classes that will go towards my BSN at WGU. I've always known the program to be Summer, Fall, and Spring.
    That is actually a great idea being that I'll probably be going to WGU as well. Thanks! Now I have to find out which classes I'll need.
  8. by   NurseBre94
    Quote from Nurseteej
    That is actually a great idea being that I'll probably be going to WGU as well. Thanks! Now I have to find out which classes I'll need.
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    I talked with an advisor from WGU and classes have to match with courses listedz. All I have to take is Biochemistry, nutrition, and lifespan development.

    The advisor said if you don't complete them at your previous college or if they don't transfer over, they will just add the remaining requirements to your nursing courses. I really want to finish in 6 mos-1 year.

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