Eastern Michigan RN-BSN program

  1. Hi, interested in knowing if anyone is enrolled or have graduated in this program? I am ready to get my bachelors, and I heard that they have off-site campuses and you only have to attend class one day a week. Is this true? If so, I would like your opinion of this and is it better than going online?
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  3. by   LittleCatB
    Quote from rn2bn07
    Hi, interested in knowing if anyone is enrolled or have graduated in this program? I am ready to get my bachelors, and I heard that they have off-site campuses and you only have to attend class one day a week. Is this true? If so, I would like your opinion of this and is it better than going online?

    I have a friend who got her BSN this way through MCCC in Monroe... She said it was one Tuesday class a week for 2 years. There was a semester of clinicals- I think she said any community-based nursing job- she did clinicals with a home-care RN. She had all positive things to say about the program, and that it was nowhere near the stress of getting her ADN. I'm definitly looking into it, I think I'd prefer one class day a week to online courses.
    Sorry this info is second-hand! :spin:
  4. by   JC-Nurse
    Anyone completed BSN through Monroe County Community College? How is it? Thanks.
  5. by   adpeeka
    Hi, I will be starting the rn-bsn at emu Livonia campus in winter. Can anyone tell me what the program is like and if you can work while in program? Thanks.
  6. by   rmtocc
    Inquiring minds want to know! lol Im a current student at OCC (1st year) and considering EMU's rn-bsn program (and would hope to get assigned to the Livonia campus)...

    adpeeka, please let us know how it goes! Also, what was the application process like for the rn-bsn? Where did you get your adn from?

    thanks in advance!
  7. by   adpeeka
    Hello rmtoocc,

    I received my nursing degree from Schoolcraft College. I start the RN-BSN program at EMU livonia campus in January 2012. Application process for me went smoothly, due to the fact I was macro satisfied. I got in with priority because of the macro stamp and GPA. They only accept 50 students. I will let you know how it goes. Good Luck!
  8. by   rmtocc
    that's good to know...I have 2-3 classes to complete to be macro satisfied. So it looks like I'll be taking those before I apply...what's the application deadline? Just 50 per YEAR with january start only?

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