Graduating in the winter with my BSN from out of state
- 0Jul 30, '13 by luv2shopp85So I'm going to be taking the last nursing class for my BSN in January 2014. I am currently living in NC. DOes anyone know what the graduation requirements are? Should I start doing some of the work now? Do I actually have to physically walk accross the stage to get my degree in my hands? I"m really clueless about this. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
- 0Jul 30, '13 by RNinCQuote from cincinursemaryI'm not sure it should matter. If she already has her license (which you have to have to be in the program) then having a BSN shouldn't make a difference with the nursing board.I think you should check with your advisor, there are only a few states that the college has nursing board auth for, I don't think NC is one of them. I dont know what they are doing with those already enrolled. Does anyone else know about this?
You do not have to walk in order to get your diploma. But you should talk to your adviser about any other requirements to finish up your degree.
- 0Jul 30, '13 by woodsyny, BSN, RNI think what she is saying she is almost finished with OU's BSN program. No, you do not have to walk. They usually send out a notice in your catmail when to apply for graduation. Go to OU's site or contact the admissions office and they might give you some info. I found this on the OU site Any questions regarding the graduation application process should be directed to email@example.com or call 740.593.4196.