Best RN-BSN program in KC
- 0Jun 1, '11 by DCAMGWhat RN to BSN program do you guys recommend? As far as:
Time to complete/length?
Prestige/quality of education?
I am at Penn Valley and I want to get a head start on selecting my next program. So i do not have any downtime in between degrees.The faster I am done the sooner I can begin integrating my current chiropractic practice. Thanks
- 1Aug 30, '11 by jab3daI've been looking for a bridge program, too. I can't speak for who is best. I know that I've found KU, UMKC, and UCM. I believe they all offer online bridge programs if you're looking for that. KU will be significantly more expensive if you're on the MO side. UMKC is significantly more expensive than UCM. It looks like UMKC can be finished in as little as 4 semesters and UCM can be finished in as little as 2 semesters.