SUNY Delhi RN-to-BSN program?

  1. 0 Is there anyone who has experience with this program? I've been looking into it and I think it will be perfect for me, just curious about the clinical component and how hard that is to set up. I'm sure I could find a preceptor at work as long as my hospital gets approved by the program. Also, I have my BS in respiratory plus lots of other credits so I'm hoping to get some upper level electives waived- is this easy to do? I'm going to start requesting my transcripts and hopefully will be able to start in the second spring session or summer session.
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    GCmomRN has '1' year(s) of experience. From 'East Hampton, NY, US'; Joined Oct '09; Posts: 181; Likes: 22.

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  4. Visit  medicmatt44 profile page
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    I don't know if you are aware of this, but the program that you are interested in requires you to have completed an ADN and have current RN licensure.

    I am presuming that you are a SUNY grad- look at the accelerated BSN program at SUNY Binghamton.

    BTW, I am a RT. I hope that you are aware the multitude of pre-requisite courses required for nursing vs RT.
  5. Visit  Pixie.RN profile page
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    Meg has her ADN/RN already.


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