Regis College RN-BS-MSN Program - page 3
I'm considering the Regis College RN-BS-MS program after I get my ASN next semester. Is there anyone who is enrolled in the Regis RN-BS-MSN program that can give me some information on this program? Is there anyone who dropped... Read More
- 1Feb 27, '12 by jrwinneyPhew - took the GREs this morning and got a 158 verbal/156 quant. From what I have seen, that equates to approximately a 1300 with the old scoring! YAY!! And that is without the essays. Now I just have my interview and will wait with fingers crossed.
- 0Oct 24, '12 by khattoriHello everyone, I'm in the BSN/MSN program at Regis College. It may be a long shot, but I was wondering if anyone had the course schedule for the 2nd semester of the 1st year GM students. I just started this September, everything is great. I wanted to check the schedule out plan out next semester if anyone had a copy of it. Thanks!
- 0Oct 24, '12 by Jennifer0512It wasn't that long ago, but I can barely remember! I know you'll take two classes: psych and acute care (aka med/surg). Each of these has a clinical-- acute care clinicals is two days and psych is one day. I do forget how many days a week the classes are. And you'll still have lab to learn some new skills. Hope that helps! That was 3 years ago, so I'm a little foggy on the specifics!
- 0Oct 25, '12 by khattoriHey, thanks for the reply. I'm currently in the day section and I just prefer it. Since it's one of those "first come first serve" format for the schedule, we're all trying to see if we can take a look at the different schedules so we can respond ASAP. You are right though, its 3 clinical days and psych/medsurg. How is it post graduating/what do you do now if you don't mind sharing! Thanks!
- 0Oct 26, '12 by Jennifer0512Ah I see you were looking for the REAL schedule for the upcoming semester. They usually post it on Regis Access a few days before you are scheduled to register, so that you can plan out your schedule and respond ASAP. I was also in the "day section" and don't remember having trouble staying that way!
I just graduated in May from Regis, passed the PNP boards in June, and I worked as a camp nurse for the summer. Now I'm looking for a PNP job. I've had interviews, but there haven't been a lot of openings in peds just yet. I haven't been looking for too long though.
Good luck with school! It's a bumpy road, but it's so worth it! And Regis prepares you well for the boards!