RN-BSN. Where to go?


  1. I've been an RN for 10 years and now I wanna go back to get my BSN. I'm looking into the schools and it's hard to decide.

    Kent: too expensive
    CSU: any thoughts?
    YSU: any thoughts?
    OU: I know this is the most popular choice but I don't know anyone who likes it

    any opinions would be great!!!
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  3. by   Flames9_RN
    Quote from rbrown3206

    I've been an RN for 10 years and now I wanna go back to get my BSN. I'm looking into the schools and it's hard to decide.

    Kent: too expensive
    CSU: any thoughts?
    YSU: any thoughts?
    OU: I know this is the most popular choice but I don't know anyone who likes it

    any opinions would be great!!!
    check out here..lot of threads on Rn to BSN http://allnurses.com/nursing-online-distance/
  4. by   not.done.yet
    Consider WGU. Very inexpensive and a very good program for working nurses.
  5. by   mso819
    hello there!!

    i do not know much about kent state except the people i have known who went there never finished. YSU online RN to BSN program takes a year (if im not mistaken). i do know of one person who completed there BSN degree there, but i dont talk to her. i also dont know too much about CSU either. OU.......? has a very excellent price attached to it, but required me to take a chemistry class in order to start into their RN BSN program online. and NO thanks! i have broadened my horizon outside of Ohio. I have look into several schools to earn my BSN degree. I have narrowed it down to Grand Canyon University (mostly like choice) and AmeriTech. Evaluate what you are looking for in an BSN program and go from there. Honestly, the more i search the more schools i find who fit my needsb and price for that matter.

    Let me know what you find out. and Good luck to you!
  6. by   OUxPhys
    I went to CSU, did their accelerated BSN program. I feel like I got a good education that didnt cost an arm or a leg.
  7. by   applesxoranges
    I loved Ohio University but it was 3 years ago. I know they have added on an electronic patient which I hear sucks. I managed to graduate in about 8 months or so but I had the other general education credits completed.

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