RN to BSN without clinical

  1. Can anyone tell me what schoold offer RN to BSN without clinical? I have had trouble finding them.
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  2. 12 Comments

  3. by   suhlir
    Try Ohio University; I completed my RN to BSN from there.
  4. by   Vaxene
    Southeastern Louisiana University
    http://www.selu.edu/acad_research/pr...all/index.html
  5. by   JDougRN
    Keuka in NY
  6. by   kittyn
    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. by   Jen477
    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. by   foreverLaur
    I second Ohio University! Cheap tuition, accredited, well respected, entirely online, and no clinicals.
  9. by   bigdaddy2011
    How long did it take u to finish with Ohio? Any extra BS classes you had to take too?
  10. by   nycjimbo
    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. by   Meriwhen
    University of Texas at Arlington. You don't even need to be in Texas.
    The University of Texas at Arlington - UT Arlington - UTA
  12. by   woodsyny
    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. by   tater.jake
    A handy link to UT arlington
    https://www.uta.edu/nursing/rn-bsn
  14. by   Palliative Care, DNP
    Old Dominion University's RN to BSN does not require clinicals. I completed mine there in 2011

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