Has anyone graduated Charity and gone on to get a BSN from LSU? How much more schooling was needed?
If you're already a licensed RN going back to get your BSN, you have different requirements. It's a totally different program from traditional BSN where LSU asks that you take their A & P.
Most of the listed prereqs would have been completed in an ASN program. I'm only counting 4 that wouldn't have been taken if you graduated Charity. Pathophysiology is the only class that they ask the RN-BSN students to actually take at LSUHSC (as far as pre reqs go).
Last edit by cpkRN on May 6, '10