OK Wesleyan Uni- no stats, no clinicals, no chem

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    Oklahoma Wesleyan University- has anyone gone there for the RN-BSN online? It says on their page there is no statistics, chemistry, or clinicals required, $388 credit/hr. All online. It sounds too good to be true... I am looking to talk to others who have gone here or researched this school well.
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    I spoke with them and was pleased with the phone contact. They do require several religion classes which adds to the cost of the program...unless of course you've taken those. I would love to hear what others have to say.
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    how many religion classes? I don't mind 1 or 2...
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    I don't recall but at least 6 credit hours. There is Indiana Wesleyan and Oklahoma Wesleyan. As I recall they are similar but it seems there was a tuition difference. Pull up their websites and you can see for sure. I think they are CCNE accredidated, too.
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    it's two classes is what my MIL said
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    I am looking into this college would like to know from anyone here if you did decide to go and what are your feelings about the program. Thank you.
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    I am enrolled at Indiana Wesleyan I love the program
    2 religion classes, no chemistry or statistics, accepted all my transfer credits
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    Quote from mclavers
    I am enrolled at Indiana Wesleyan I love the program
    2 religion classes, no chemistry or statistics, accepted all my transfer credits
    Thank you for this...Now I have to look at indiana also :0). I have been in contact with Oklahoma and I like how thorough Ms. L has been in her correspondence to me...looking forward to hopefully speaking with her on tomorrow.
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    Pity it doesn't require statistics. I think that's very valuable for nurses to experience in order to better extrapolate research. I think any nurse who doesn't have to take a stats class is really missing out on their nursing education.
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    Quote from klone
    Pity it doesn't require statistics. I think that's very valuable for nurses to experience in order to better extrapolate research. I think any nurse who doesn't have to take a stats class is really missing out on their nursing education.
    At least a "statistics for healthcare" type of class ... I agree. I can tell you that grad-level EBP courses are going to just assume a student knows the dealio; if you don't, you might not do quite as well.
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