RN to BSN from USM online

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    Curious if anyone here is doing the RN to BSN from USM online. I could attend USM on campus but online programs might be easier to manage with kids and f/t job.

    There are so many online school options these days...It takes a lot of research time to sort through the good and bad opinions.
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    Hi Crazy4Kids!

    I hope you get some feedback because I'm thinking about doing and RN_-BSN program too. So far I think Thomas Edison State University online beats USM's RN-BSN online. TESU would require a few less classes and their BSN transitions into their MSN degree.

    Do you live near the Hattiesburg main campus?
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    Hi Crazy4Kids!

    I hope you get some feedback because I'm thinking about doing and RN_-BSN program too. So far I think Thomas Edison State University online beats USM's RN-BSN online. TESU would require a few less classes and their BSN transitions into their MSN degree.

    Do you live near the Hattiesburg main campus?
    I live close to the school but I work at a hospital in Louisiana. With the commute and long work hrs, I haven't had time to schedule an appointment with an advisor at USM. This week I hope to meet with someone to have my transcripts evaluated. So far TESU and IWU would be faster BSN routes for me.

    Best of luck!:wink2:
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    Quote from lyceeboo
    Hi Crazy4Kids!

    I hope you get some feedback because I'm thinking about doing and RN_-BSN program too. So far I think Thomas Edison State University online beats USM's RN-BSN online. TESU would require a few less classes and their BSN transitions into their MSN degree.

    Do you live near the Hattiesburg main campus?
    I know someone who is pursuing a second BS degree with Thomas Edison but it isn't nursing related. He has a BS or BA in English or maybe Psychology from USM and an ADN. He's in staff development at a large facility near town. Decent job but the pay isn't good.

    Anyway if I run into him I'll ask if he likes TESU.
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    Quote from lyceeboo
    Hi Crazy4Kids!

    I hope you get some feedback because I'm thinking about doing and RN_-BSN program too. So far I think Thomas Edison State University online beats USM's RN-BSN online. TESU would require a few less classes and their BSN transitions into their MSN degree.
    I am curious, what did you end up doing? any tips?


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