Ohio University RN-to-BSN Program - page 14

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Since it seems that there's quite a bit of interest, I'm attempting to start a new thread devoted exclusively to the OU on-line RN-BSN program that will hopefully build on the comments on assorted previous threads. I'd like... Read More


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    the box that says '
    You must have at least 3 credit hours in each area and a total of 32
    hours. Nutrition, Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, Chemistry,
    Intro to Psychology and Intro to Sociology meet the Applied Science
    and Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences requirements.
    Cross
    Cultural Perspectives, Fine Arts and Humanities and Literature

    are offered through the Academic Outreach Program.' Says it all thanks!
    I knew it wouldn't cover it all but there is quite a bit of overlap...
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    Hi Morningmom! I have applied and also hope to start in june. starting with trans to nursing. And you? I live in Pa, You?
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    hi .. I went excelsior also.. did you find out if transitions tranfers for OU?? Thanks Susan, PA
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    Hi .. what rn-msn program is 7200 $ ?????
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    Quote from nursesue100
    Hi .. what rn-msn program is 7200 $ ?????
    That's roughly what Ohio University says their on-line RN-BSN program costs. It assumes you have all the prereqs (math, stat, micro, nutrition, etc) but it is among the least expensive out there. The Univer of Texas-Arlington touts theirs at about $6,500 - that's the lowest cost program I'm aware of.
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    Thanks for the quick reply. I thought you meant RN-MSN. I called the enrollment specialist yesterday. They said they have all my transcripts and I should receive a email in about 6 weeks.
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    Aspen University is about $7200 for RN-MSN, and I am told with a AS degree in nursing and current license you get into nursing right off, no pre-reqs, AS degree is your pre-req. All online, 2 starts a month, CCNE. And you can even ask to have the DEAN call you and she will or email!! And you get live person on phone. no BSN given, straight to MSN, educator or leadership. Also Western Governors Univ is less money for BSN if you work your 6 mos semester correctly.. not easy but can be down in 6 mos, they also have RN-MSN. They have pre-reqs but not alot of liberal arts stuff like Univ at Arlington, Univ of Wyoming. I have not spoken to Ohio Univ just read what people have posted..seems they require alot, tiers and stuff..seems complicated and I hear alot of complaints about them not responding promptly or DARS not being correct until student fights. And waiting months to get DARs, that is bizarre to me. Just sharing ideas.
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    Thanks shannon, I want to keep up with what they ultimately tell you, cuz I am hating to have to take a lot of unnecessary courses. Also if I have to take the gen ed classes there to be sure they accept them, its a lot more oney than I would be paying here locally... I was reading about what they charge for normal out of state credits...its quite a bit more...not sure how to approach it, if I should try to find classes here and hope they count, or wait and maybe not have enough money....I would like to know if they accept your chemistry, since they dont offer it online....my school offers a fundamentals of general chemistry, I was hoping that would be sufficient if I made a good grade..Im an a student. Cept a B in microbiology uggg!!!

    SO far I have taken

    Anat 1 and 2 (A for both)
    Microbiology with lab (A in lab, B in lecture)
    Sociology (A)
    General Psychology (A)
    Developmental Psychology (A, And someone said they may accept this for the Child development)
    English comp 1 (A) (havent taken two, do I need to?, or is english comp 1 sufficient to satisfy the junior english?)
    Understanding theater (A) (Hoping this will satisy the fine arts.....but it wont satisfy both humanity and fine arts will it? (One can hope)
    Principles of nutrition (A)
    Medical terminology (A)
    Intro to pharm (A)
    whew...thats it so far, Im beginning CNA classes at the red cross in four days, and I start ADN program in August. I want to be sure about where and how to get my bachelors, because I ultimately plan on becoming a CRNA (Hence the CNA classes to get my foot in the door at sacred heart hospitl, so I can possibly get a job when I graduate directly into ICU.

    If you have a sec, how do you THIK they will treat my DAR?

    Thanks and good luck
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    Thanks shannon, I want to keep up with what they ultimately tell you, cuz I am hating to have to take a lot of unnecessary courses. Also if I have to take the gen ed classes there to be sure they accept them, its a lot more oney than I would be paying here locally... I was reading about what they charge for normal out of state credits...its quite a bit more...not sure how to approach it, if I should try to find classes here and hope they count, or wait and maybe not have enough money....I would like to know if they accept your chemistry, since they dont offer it online....my school offers a fundamentals of general chemistry, I was hoping that would be sufficient if I made a good grade..Im an a student. Cept a B in microbiology uggg!!!

    SO far I have taken

    Anat 1 and 2 (A for both)
    Microbiology with lab (A in lab, B in lecture)
    Sociology (A)
    General Psychology (A)
    Developmental Psychology (A, And someone said they may accept this for the Child development)
    English comp 1 (A) (havent taken two, do I need to?, or is english comp 1 sufficient to satisfy the junior english?)
    Understanding theater (A) (Hoping this will satisy the fine arts.....but it wont satisfy both humanity and fine arts will it? (One can hope)
    Principles of nutrition (A)
    Medical terminology (A)
    Intro to pharm (A)
    whew...thats it so far, Im beginning CNA classes at the red cross in four days, and I start ADN program in August. I want to be sure about where and how to get my bachelors, because I ultimately plan on becoming a CRNA (Hence the CNA classes to get my foot in the door at sacred heart hospitl, so I can possibly get a job when I graduate directly into ICU.

    If you have a sec, how do you THINK they will treat my DAR?

    Thanks and good luck
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    ALso I never took a college math class, but when I took the college placement test, they tested me out of having to do math. I noticed it says ohio accepts math courses labelled 109 or better as being sufficient to satisfy.... 110 is college algebra, so...I was thinking, since i dont have advanced placement, i dont have SAT or ACT scores, will they accept CPT tests i wonder, or should i take a college algebra before going?


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