CSUDH RN-BSN online - page 2
by ProgressiveThinking 12,677 Views | 24 Comments
Hello, I'm about to finish my ADN this Dec, and I am planning on completing my BSN ASAP. I just found out I was accepted into cal-state dominguez hills' RN-BSN program. I'm currently trying to decide if I should attend this... Read More
- 1Jan 8, '12 by MyChanceI'm currently at CSUDH, just finished my first semester & I went full time (5 classes), since I don't work right now. I like the school, the work isn't that hard, but Nursing Concept (BSN 302), requires a lot of reading but everything else that I took was ok. The bad part, is waiting on your group members to post/add to required work, but other than not bad. I'm planning on attending full time again this Spring so I can graduate this Fall 2012. And it's not hard to keep an A average, just keep up with the homework & write good essays & you'll be fine.....hope that helps!!
- 0Jan 8, '12 by Apgar10I want to add a reply about a question I asked earlier in the thread... I found out from a counselor who works with the program (not the one word answer lady ) that chemistry is not required, but a physical science is. So I'm taking Geography of California to fulfill the CSU transfer requirement. I'm doing stats locally at a community college.
Thanks for the feedback otherwise!
How do you start taking classes before the Fall date? How does that work?
- 0May 30, '12 by nur994I received the csudh orientation information for fall 2012. I was not aware that I would not be able to complete the orientation on-line. It will cost me a day off work, flight, hotel and car rental to attend a 4 hour orientation in Carson. I am having second thoughts about attending this program.
- 0May 31, '12 by LovedRNI read the News letter. It says the orientation is just "strongly recommend." You don't have to go.
"At the orientation, you will receive instruction about the Blackboard online courses and the CSUDH onlinelibrary databases; learn about the CSUDH Graduate Writing Exam requirement and important School of
Nursing policies; and have the opportunity to meet with staff and faculty in the School of Nursing."
Those informations should be easily found in their web site. If you have any queston later on may be you can post it here and people will help you out.