I really don't feel like wasting my time taking a bunch of pre-reqs to get into a program. I've looked into two so far, and both of them I would need to take 12 or so credits to get in. Is there any that don't? You just need a RN license to get started?
I believe the number of credit hours required for a bachelor's degree is pretty standard regardless of your major or your school.
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$495 a credit hour! I think I'll keep looking, so far Ball states seems to be the best for my needs.
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Quote from CraigB-RN
Anyone interested in the University of Dundee program need to do lots of homework before enrolling. It doesn't offer what we consider a BSN. At least not one that will let you go farther, i.e. Nurse Practitioner programs.
Do a search here. Someone from the UK posted a good description of the program and how it compares to US programs.
Not taking pre-reqs can be short sighted. If you want to go farther, you may end up taking them anyway.
That is true Craig, especially if you are looking into other programs such as NP. However, Dundee offers a BN degree and the federal govt, state & VA all accept this degree, as well as pays for tuition for either BN or Masters. So, I guess depending on your position or what your plans are for the future may decide.
Last edit by Lizzy6 on Oct 4, '07