umass boston accelerated bsn 2012 - page 12
Hi, Anyone applied for the accelerated bsn in umass boston 2012?... Read More
- 0May 2, '12 by BostonRobinThere's still hope for those on the wait list...I was shocked to receive an e-mail today offering me a spot! I was #9 on the wait list. I e-mailed the Admissions Coordinator a couple of weeks ago and she told me my chances were slim of being accepted. Great news but my head is spinning!
- 0May 18, '12 by BostonTerrierHi All,
There's still hope for at least one more person on the waiting list. I was moved from the waiting list and accepted but I just called Umass today to let them know I am declining and going elsewhere. It was a tough decision!
Be prepared for a mandatory all day orientation on Tuesday the 22nd. Good luck to whoever fills my spot!
- 0Dec 13, '12 by crissy07I am looking into either the traditional BSN or accel BSN. Anyone want to share how either the schedules are like in either program? I have heard people are able to work during the program but that is different from person to person. I have a toddler and can't go without working. Would be great to get a sense of how the schedule is like or if anyone has a similar situation.
- 0Mar 4, '13 by cwrn1Hi crissy07,
I'm in the accelerated program. You CAN work. They'll discourage you but you can definitely do it. There are 2 students who have kids and are probably working 16-20 hrs a week. I'm working as a PCA about 2 days a week, and have plenty of time to do homework and keep my grades up. Here is what our schedule has been so far:
Summer: Tues/Wed/Thurs - classes all day
Fall: Mon and Wed - Class 8-10:50, plus 2 days of clinical for med/surg, mental health
Winter: M-F class/clinical 7-5 for 3 weeks
Spring: Class Tuesdays 11-830, 2 days of clinical for community/ pediatrics (some people only have pediatrics for 1/2 of the semester, others have it the entire time)
Summer: not sure yet!
We also had about 2 weeks off in between summer and fall, and about 2 between fall and winter. There are no breaks between winter-spring and spring-summer other than the March spring break.
Hope this helps & good luck!