Where are the best schools in NH for RN and BSN degrees? - page 2

Hi, I have a GED and my prerequisite classes in Algebra, Chemistry and Biology finished. I want go for a degree in Nursing and have searched online for RN Programs in NH and I keep finding online... Read More

  1. by   sherri12
    I think that's an excellent idea. I was actually on that track to begin with. But then PSU began thier BSN program right at the right time for me. I will be in the first class to graduate there.
    I am 43 years old and I figured, why wait if I can just do it now. And I had all the pre-req's finished. I had thought ahead because I knew I wanted to transfer somewhere for my BSN, so I was taking the classes I knew would transfer to most 4 year colleges while I was doing my pre-req's for my ADN. It just happened to work out right for me.
    Just call the school and get started! You can do it.
  2. by   Lilymoonstorm
    Thank you for your positivity Sherri!
  3. by   WeatherB
    Can you please give me the phone number to call for curriculum planning dept in PSU? the site doesnt have any but my admission letter states that I should contact curriculum planning for transfer of my courses. Thank you.
  4. by   sherri12
    email Tamara at tcocchiarella@mail.plymouth.edu
    She is very helpful and will point you in the right direction. She really helped me with my schedule and then pointed me in the right direction.
  5. by   WeatherB
    Is there any MSN direct entry program in NH (apart from UNH) for people with a degree from other fields?
  6. by   sherri12
    I think Franklin Pierce offers that. Check out thier website.
  7. by   NewHampshireRN
    Yes! These programs have become more popular and there are more schools that offer them BUT don't go into it if you're looking for a "recession proof job" Lots of people rack up tons of debt and then can't find work. There have been layoffs in a lot of the hospitals.
  8. by   NHSoxFan1975
    What were the best/worst parts of nursing school? I am thinking of changing careers (I'm a male, by the way) and going into nursing to help 'make a difference.' I went to school and got a degree in Business before - I imagine that the coursework will be challenging. I plan to pursue it part time if possible. Any advice/recommendations?