RN to BSN online - page 2

mods, can we get a sticky? in preparation for getting a bsn i am trying to gather information regarding online bsn programs. if you have links to what you feel is an affordable :rolleyes:,... Read More

  1. Visit  mona b RN profile page
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    Quote from cbarnett2
    University of Wyoming

    http://uwadmnweb.uwyo.edu/nursing/rn...quence_new.asp

    $127 per credit hour
    CCNE approved
    No travel required

    Cheri
    Wow, that's pretty cheap. I will check it out. Thanks Cheri.
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  3. Visit  mona b RN profile page
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    Quote from cbarnett2
    University of Wyoming

    http://uwadmnweb.uwyo.edu/nursing/rn...quence_new.asp

    $127 per credit hour
    CCNE approved
    No travel required

    Cheri

    Hi Cheri,

    I can't believe the tuition is that low. It is even less expensive than TESC. I took a few minutes to cruise their website and the program looks pretty good. The link you provided is definitely going into my favorites folder. Is it one that you are considering?
  4. Visit  mona b RN profile page
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    Here is another online program. I believe it runs about 330 per c/h. I have actually had some correspondence with this school and they were very responsive to all of my inquiries.


    http://bsnlinc.wisconsin.edu/courses.asp
  5. Visit  fry.girl profile page
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    Quote from mona b
    Hi Cheri,

    I can't believe the tuition is that low. It is even less expensive than TESC. I took a few minutes to cruise their website and the program looks pretty good. The link you provided is definitely going into my favorites folder. Is it one that you are considering?
    Actually, I had determined to do the Univ of S Alabama until yesterday when I started looking into UOW...Did you notice that they will also allow ASN students that have finished their first year of school to enroll and start taking the first three nursing courses before finishing your RN...that way you go right into the BSN work when you pass the NCLEX. The program can be completed in 2 semesters if all prereqs are done and you attend fulltime.

    I am thinking UOW has made it to the top of my list for now.

    Cheri
    Last edit by fry.girl on May 21, '05
  6. Visit  fry.girl profile page
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    This the best tuition deal I have seen yet...

    Fort Hays State University

    http://www.fhsu.edu/nursing/cd/conte...S-Outreach.htm

    Tuition $102.60 per credit hour ($3811.25 total for RN to BSN with books & tuition)
    CCNE approved
    No traveling required

    Cheri
  7. Visit  LTNurse profile page
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    This is a great Thread; I like UOW, the only thing I didn't like is having to take Pharmacology again from them but I guess that is a small price to pay.

    LTNurse

    Quote from cbarnett2
    This the best tuition deal I have seen yet...

    Fort Hays State University

    http://www.fhsu.edu/nursing/cd/conte...S-Outreach.htm

    Tuition $102.60 per credit hour ($3811.25 total for RN to BSN with books & tuition)
    CCNE approved
    No traveling required

    Cheri
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  8. Visit  mona b RN profile page
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    Quote from cbarnett2
    This the best tuition deal I have seen yet...

    Fort Hays State University

    http://www.fhsu.edu/nursing/cd/conte...S-Outreach.htm

    Tuition $102.60 per credit hour ($3811.25 total for RN to BSN with books & tuition)
    CCNE approved
    No traveling required

    Cheri

    I can't get that link to work, maybe the site is down.

    Here is a link to the admission policy for UOW.

    http://uwadmnweb.uwyo.edu/nursing/rn...ssion%20Policy
  9. Visit  Booty Nurse profile page
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    Slippery Rock charges $612 for a 3-credit class, plus fees. They require NO time on campus. My favorite part is that if you have at least 63 credits to transfer in, they don't require any liberal arts courses. Nope, no art, history, etc. Statistics and medical ethics are the only non-nursing courses they require. Accredited by NLN. I don't attend yet but am applying for fall.

    www.sru.edu
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  10. Visit  mona b RN profile page
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    Quote from zebras
    Slippery Rock charges $612 for a 3-credit class, plus fees. They require NO time on campus. My favorite part is that if you have at least 63 credits to transfer in, they don't require any liberal arts courses. Nope, no art, history, etc. Statistics and medical ethics are the only non-nursing courses they require. Accredited by NLN. I don't attend yet but am applying for fall.

    www.sru.edu
    Thanks for posting the link. I will definitely check it out.
  11. Visit  mona b RN profile page
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    Quote from mona b
    Thanks for posting the link. I will definitely check it out.
    Here is another online program. This college has reasonable tuition rates which is always a bonus. I admit that I did not look to deeply into their site but here is the link if anyone wants to check it out.

    http://www.bsu.edu/distance/tuition/
  12. Visit  EMTtoRN profile page
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    Hey Cheri,
    Can you link the page that shows that you can begin after your first year?
    Thank you!


    Quote from cbarnett2
    Actually, I had determined to do the Univ of S Alabama until yesterday when I started looking into UOW...Did you notice that they will also allow ASN students that have finished their first year of school to enroll and start taking the first three nursing courses before finishing your RN...that way you go right into the BSN work when you pass the NCLEX. The program can be completed in 2 semesters if all prereqs are done and you attend fulltime.

    I am thinking UOW has made it to the top of my list for now.

    Cheri
  13. Visit  HillaryC profile page
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    The University of Maryland has an online RN-BSN program. I'm in the RN-MS program and I live in MD, but I've been taking online classes so far, and have had several classmates from out of state. The website is nursing.umaryland.edu.

    Part-time fees starting Fall 2005 are $301 per credit for instate residents, and $461 per credit out of state. In addition, both have a $10 per credit fee, and a $234.50 flat fee per semester. Compared to some of the programs already mentioned, I'm not sure how affordable this program is

    Quote from mona b
    Mods, can we get a sticky?


    In preparation for getting a BSN I am trying to gather information regarding online BSN programs. If you have links to what you feel is an affordable , online, no residency requirement program, please post 'em here.

    One program that I came across was with Thomas Edison State College. Does anyone have any information regarding their program? I was hoping to find someone that has first hand (or second hand ) experience with the TESC RN to BSN program as it seems to be an affordable option, which, of course, is always a bonus. From reading the catalog on their site it appears that you can use some of the EC exams to satisfy the upper level nursing courses.

    The TESC program looks pretty decent but I am looking for some feedback to any online RN to BSN program. If anyone has links to what they feel is an affordable online RN/BSN program please post the link here.

    Link to TESC

    http://www.tesc.edu/prospective/unde...degree/bsn.php
  14. Visit  fry.girl profile page
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    Quote from EMTtoRN
    Hey Cheri,
    Can you link the page that shows that you can begin after your first year?
    Thank you!
    http://uwadmnweb.uwyo.edu/nursing/rn...quence_new.asp

    The following is quoted from the above link:

    "New Admission Policy
    Admitted to UW with completed transcript evaluation
    Application to School of Nursing
    Licensed as a Registered Nurse (RN) or completed first year of RN program"

    I am waiting to hear back from someone from UOW about what this means exactly...

    Cheri
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