RN vs. BSN (Charity/SELU)

  1. I'm considering applying to Southeastern's BSN program to start Spring 2012. I have previously applied to CSN, but was not accepted. For those of you that can help, how does an RN program compare to a BSN program as far as workload is concerned. I'm not sure if I would make it in a BSN program b/c of all of the extra hours needed; CSN is about 9-10 hours a semester and SELU is about 14-15 hours a semester. The program length is not a problem, it's the workload each semester that I'm worried about. Thanks in advance, Christie