RN to BSN without clinical

  1. 0 Can anyone tell me what schoold offer RN to BSN without clinical? I have had trouble finding them.
  2. Visit  teakntwist profile page

    About teakntwist

    Joined Oct '11; Posts: 1.

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  3. Visit  suhlir profile page
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    Try Ohio University; I completed my RN to BSN from there.
  4. Visit  Vaxene profile page
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    Southeastern Louisiana University
    http://www.selu.edu/acad_research/pr...all/index.html
  5. Visit  JDougRN profile page
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    Keuka in NY
  6. Visit  kittyn profile page
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    Quote from teakntwist
    Can anyone tell me what schoold offer RN to BSN without clinical? I have had trouble finding them.
    Where have you decided to apply or attend?
  7. Visit  Jen477 profile page
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    Quote from teakntwist
    Can anyone tell me what schoold offer RN to BSN without clinical?
    There's a thread (started a while back (4/16/2011) in allnurses called "RN-to-BSN or MSN Programs without Clinical Requirements" that lists schools.
  8. Visit  foreverLaur profile page
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    I second Ohio University! Cheap tuition, accredited, well respected, entirely online, and no clinicals.
  9. Visit  bigdaddy2011 profile page
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    How long did it take u to finish with Ohio? Any extra BS classes you had to take too?
  10. Visit  nycjimbo profile page
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    I was just refused admission to USI intheir RN-BSN program because they claim NY passed a law requiring all online programs outside the state must have a clinical component. How can NY make this requirement of a licensed Nurse? How can they enforce it? I have my license! I can find no word of this online, can you? I emailed the DOE but no response yet.
  11. Visit  Meriwhen profile page
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    University of Texas at Arlington. You don't even need to be in Texas.
    The University of Texas at Arlington - UT Arlington - UTA
  12. Visit  woodsyny profile page
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    nycjimbo, I live in New York and am going to Ohio University. $243/credit hour and they do have a clinical component but it is just a project that you work on with a mentor. You don't actually have to go to clinical per se. I started in Feb and will be finished next April. "Yes" I had to take statistics, microbiology, nutrition, music, and cultural anthropology but they accepted credits from over 3o years ago. Nursing classes are 5 weeks, and move fast. I am on my 4th nursing class out of 9.
  13. Visit  tater.jake profile page
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    A handy link to UT arlington
    https://www.uta.edu/nursing/rn-bsn
  14. Visit  Mom To 4 profile page
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    Old Dominion University's RN to BSN does not require clinicals. I completed mine there in 2011


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