Best online RN to BSN program....CHEAP?
- 0Jan 4, '11 by TonyaM73I have been a RN for about 1 1/2 years now and am starting to look towards going back and getting my BSN. I need something online since I work full time and have children, but also something that is inexpensive. What has been your experience with getting your
BSN online? Do you have to do any clinicals and if so how does that work? Are there any programs to help financially?
Have a wonderful new year and thank you for your responses.
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- 7Jan 4, '11 by TheCommuter Senior ModeratorThe RN-to-BSN program offered by the University of Texas at Arlington is online and priced at less than $7,000.
University of Texas at Arlington - RN to BSN, BSN, MSN College of Nursing
BSN Degree - UT Arlington
- 1Jan 4, '11 by rnbobsaw this on another page and it looks real good to me at $155/credit out of state!
Ohio University RN-to-BSN Academic Outreach Initiative
- 0Jan 4, '11 by TonyaM73Thank you all for your replies. I knew it wouldn't be really cheap to go back, but I didn't want to pay any extra to go to some Ivy League school. (No one ever asks you where you graduated unless it is in casual conversation) I just want the letters behind my name to move up the ladder at a later point in life. Eventually I would like to get my master's, but with three small children it is not in the cards right now. Thanks again for the responses.
- 3Jan 4, '11 by mtsteelhorseI've been looking at EVERY online option out there. So far Ohio Univ appears to be the cheapest and quickest depending on what additional classes you need. They DO require statistics...ugh...but most MSN classes require this. Their tuition is the cheapest I've seen. I'm in the process of applying...good luck!