Looking for distance pre-licensure BSN / Las Vegas

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    I've been searching through the forums - has anyone found a good distance pre-licensure BSN program? I've looked at several - closest may be Grand Canyon University based out of Phoenix, not sure I could do the clinicals in Phoenix & work in Las Vegas during the week!
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    i've been searching through the forums - has anyone found a good distance pre-licensure bsn program? i've looked at several - closest may be grand canyon university based out of phoenix, not sure i could do the clinicals in phoenix & work in las vegas during the week!
    i don't know if you are seeking general ed classes or lab classes. for gen ed classes, try clep (college level examination program).
    http://www.collegeboard.com/student/...lep/about.html
    "before you take a clep exam, learn about your college's clep policy

    most colleges and universities grant credit for clep exams, but not all. there are 2,900 institutions that grant credit for clep and each of them sets its own clep policy; in other words, each institution determines for which exams credit is awarded, the scores required and how much credit will be granted. therefore, before you take a clep exam, check directly with the college or university you plan to attend to make sure that grants credit for clep and review the specifics of its policy.
    where to find a college's clep policy

    typically, a college lists all its academic policies, including clep policies, in its general catalog. you'll probably find the clep policy statement under a heading such as credit-by-examination, advanced standing, advanced placement, or external degree program. if you can't find this information, ask the admission or registrar's office for a copy of the college's credit-by-examination policy. "


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