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- Feb 29, '12 by TiffyRNI am working on RN to BSN. I completed my ASN almost 20 years ago at a traditional community college. My husband's ASN was from Excelsior and anyone else was going to require 8 credits in A&P I & II with lab. Since he did ASN originally through them, he only had 6, so we decided to go through them. They require statistics, but not chemistry (he has statistics). I am enrolled to start their statistics course next week. The only thing keeping me from panicking is that they had advised me to hold off until this course started because it's specific to healthcare providers, so maybe not full of math-smart people. We'll see, ask me in a week or two.
- Mar 1, '12 by wifetoAndyThe program is great. The instructors are the same ones teaching in the classroom and on clinical rotations, and many of them still practice and/or are working on advanced degrees so they understand the demands on your time and are flexible. They still hold people accountable and make sure everyone learns though, so it is a good balance. You can email email@example.com. Her name is Danielle White and she is one of the online instructors and also an advisor so she should be able to answer any specific questions you have. Good luck!
- Jul 30, '12 by Boston RNHi Everyone! I am looking into enrolling into Anna Maria College RN-BSN online program.....Has anyone heard anything about this program good or bad? It's pretty pricey! Umass Boston was my 1st choice, but it seems impossible to get into their program. Denied twice. The coordinator for UMASS said there are over 3000 applicants & they are only accepting 60+. It's a staffing issue over there!