Indiana State University LPN-BSN 2012 - page 22

Hello, I am due to start the LPN-BSN program at Indiana State University in the fall of 2012 and decided to start a thread for fellow students who may be starting around the same time so that we... Read More

  1. Visit  misspinkmeow profile page
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    If you have already taken most of the standard pre-reqs for a BSN at another campus that is accredited and they transfered, how long after that does the program take before you are officially done?

    I was told on the phone 2-3 years but thats with NO pre-reqs.

    Any insight would be fabulous
    Last edit by misspinkmeow on Aug 16, '12 : Reason: info
  2. Visit  LadyinScrubs profile page
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    Quote from misspinkmeow
    If you have already taken most of the standard pre-reqs for a BSN at another campus that is accredited and they transfered, how long after that does the program take before you are officially done?

    I was told on the phone 2-3 years but thats with NO pre-reqs.

    Any insight would be fabulous
    There are 6 clinicals and 8 lectures. There are normally no summer classes. Calif BRN mandates students take no more than 2 classes a semester and the classes with clinicals must be taken lecture & clinical concurrently. If you have 6 clinicals and 8 lecture classes and there are 2 semesters a year (no summers), you can do the math.
  3. Visit  Inlandnurse profile page
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    I just got off of the phone. I was told that they are not accepting anymore California students. This is due to Sonoma State University not wanting to be in partnership with ISU nursing. They are sending out a letter with all applicants. Wow!
    Last edit by JustBeachyNurse on Aug 30, '12 : Reason: tos-do not post names of school personnel
  4. Visit  ubski profile page
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    I am in the program for ISU for Fall 2012 and Sonoma State University is still responsible for our clinical. Sonoma State is in charge of all California nursing students. I have copied and pasted part of the letter they sent.

    In collaboration with Sonoma State University, J*** ****, RN, PhD, California Preceptorship Faculty Coordinator and M**** *****, California Program Development Specialist, will be responsible for facilitating the arrangement of all California clinical placements in this program to ensure that all California Board of Registered Nursing guidelines are met and to ensure your success in the program. They will also be available to answer any questions or concerns you have regarding the program and/or clinical.


    So I am sure they are not backing out of the partnership.

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