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- May 12, '12 by aharris1Quote from purplcavI am looking to do the same thing I want to finish my ADN at Tri-c since Ive came this far and then transfer to CSU and take their BSN program. Your right I work at an area hospital and by 2014 they want 60% of their nurses to have BSN's . I would just do the BSN but it is so much more competitive I think a 3.5 at least. I want to eventually maybe do my Nurse Practioner but for now I have to focus on getting done with point A first. I would go to Kent but I was not real clear on their RN-BSN anyone know?It will for CSU's BSN as well as fulfillment of ADN at Tri-C
- May 12, '12 by purplcavQuote from aharris1I tried to find a transfer guide on their website, but found nothing where it correlates Tri-C and Kent classes. It is a hard site to navigate - definitely not a user friendly site. I would make an appointment with a councelor. That is the only way you will know for sure what their req's are and how they mesh with Tri-C classes.. I would go to Kent but I was not real clear on their RN-BSN anyone know?
- Go to u.select.com it's a transfer courses website. You can find what classes will transfer where. It's a little difficult to navigate, but very helpful. But it doesn't tell you if they will take a similar course in replacement of a required course. (Like i was able to get department approval for statistics at LCCC even though i didn't have the exact pre-req class, but i had 2 other classes that together allowed me to get approval. )For that you will most likely have to apply to the school and have your transcripts evaluated.
- Sorry actually the website is transfer.org/uselect
- May 12, '12 by aharris1Quote from purplcavPersonally I dont care for that site. Calling the school and asking them to fax you a transfer guide is less of a hassle.
Thanks alot guys for the advice I may just make an appointment I want to be sure. I want to make sure also if it will be worth it. Kent's RN -BSN is all online so Im not sure would that be better.
- May 13, '12 by purplcavQuote from aharris1most RN>BSN's ARE all online. Sorry (CSU, Ohio U too)Kent's RN -BSN is all online so Im not sure would that be better.
I can see you thinking that it would be better if they were not online, but if you want a BSN and not do it online, then you should go the full 3/4 years at the University.
It's much cheaper to do the ADN at Tri-C then transfer. AND if you belong to PTK, you get $$ when you transfer
- May 19, '12 by OhioITNurseQuote from purplcavREALLY?! How? I just graduated and am in the process of transferring to OU. I thought PTK only had agreements with certain universities to get money upon transfer, is OU one of them?AND if you belong to PTK, you get $$ when you transfer
Also, any recent grads on here know when to expect the ATT? Am I right in recalling that they said they will send our certified completion letters 2 weeks after pinning?
Good luck to all the new students! Tri-c has a lot of hoops to jump through, but it's so worth it!