jfk muhlenberg accelerated rn

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    is anyone in the accelerated rn program at jfk muhlenberg in plainfield? i am starting in january 2013. i would like to know what the course load like? how many days of lecture and clinicals?
    any feed back is good. thanks
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    Hi! First, congrats!!! You're in for quite an experience!!! I'm in the program now and I can see the light at the end of the tunnel...almost. Anyway, the course load is pretty heavy. The first semester we had lecture 3x per week and clinicals 2. Second and third semester 2x's for lecture and 2 for clinicals...Fridays off. Let me know if you have any other questions.
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    do you think working is at all possible during first semester? do u do clinicals anywhere besides jfk? any other advice?
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    moved to NJ State Nursing Program forum to elicit further response.
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    There are some people who have worked throughout the whole program and they are doing very well. Working is not encouraged but for some that's not an option. Most of the clinicals are at JFK but we also go to Robert Wood and Overlook. My advice would be to relax now because once January comes its pretty much nonstop until December. Keep up on your readings...once you fall behind its very very hard to catch up. The instructors are very helpful, go to them if you have any questions.
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    What kind of degree is awarded at the end of this program? Its difficult to read about the program online. A BSN or ASN degree?
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    Quote from roxjen
    is anyone in the accelerated rn program at jfk muhlenberg in plainfield? i am starting in january 2013. i would like to know what the course load like? how many days of lecture and clinicals?
    any feed back is good. thanks
    I'm also enrolled in this program to start in January 2013, but what I want to know is if it's worth doing this program. How do recent grads do in terms of finding jobs?

    Thanks.
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    Enilrek, the degree awarded is a diploma in nursing and an associates in science degree from UCC but you will still be able to sit for the nclex and obtain licensure.
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    i'm also
    Last edit by makeda000 on Dec 3, '12 : Reason: wrong post
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    @ roxjen I am also starting the accelerated program in January! Are you taking any classes in the fall?


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