Ohio University RN-to-BSN Program - page 181

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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    I will be done with nursing classes April 28 and the Business Journalism and Nutrition on June 9. I would consider the 10 day intersession, but I hate to go through the whole application process for 1 class.
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    Quote from boyfactory
    I will be done with nursing classes April 28 and the Business Journalism and Nutrition on June 9. I would consider the 10 day intersession, but I hate to go through the whole application process for 1 class.

    When doing just the intersession classes, I don't think you do go through it all. You just do a simple app and it's a $15.00 fee (I think). You can do up to 3 classes without having to have transcripts sent and all that.
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    yeah - no biggie - just a minimal app - about 20 bucks fee - and IF you choose a class with pre-reqs, you fax an unofficial record of having taken it with a passing grade - like a computer print off etc -
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    I signed up for OU last year but I was afraid they wouldn't take my micro class and the DARS took forever to get evaluated. So, I explored other options. Now that I see my DARS complete and notice they did take my micro class and many others, I am ready to commence OU RN to BSN program. However I was told they revamped the whole program and 5 week classes are turning into 8 week classes. And all applicants will be starting in the fall. I reapplied. I have to get my transcripts resent. But I was wondering has anyone else heard of their new revision of this program?
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    Quote from mixmarsh
    I signed up for OU last year but I was afraid they wouldn't take my micro class and the DARS took forever to get evaluated. So, I explored other options. Now that I see my DARS complete and notice they did take my micro class and many others, I am ready to commence OU RN to BSN program. However I was told they revamped the whole program and 5 week classes are turning into 8 week classes. And all applicants will be starting in the fall. I reapplied. I have to get my transcripts resent. But I was wondering has anyone else heard of their new revision of this program?
    My understanding is that the nursing classes will still be 5 weeks with the semesters, but there will be 3 sessions (semesters will be 15 weeks long) instead of 2 we have now with the 10 week long quarters.
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    The changes to the program actually decrease the total number of nursing classes to 9 from 12. There are still a wonderful 5 week format. As far as commencement times I'm not sure but contact the SON and they'll let you know. Good luck!
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    3 less classes? Awesome. Hopefully tuition stays the same. I got my acceptance e-mail, but still haven't received any kind of welcoming info. They did however assign me an adviser! After the transitions course I'm hoping I can double up on as many courses as possible so I can get this done! I would be ecstatic if I could complete 5 of the 9 classes in 1 semester!
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    Good luck to you! Lots of people double up. I for one can't manage that. Go for it!
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    Quote from deltaroxxy2
    Boyfactory…I'm taking nutrition now. Pretty interesting class. But man does it make you regret everything non-healthy you put in your mouth….
    deltaroxxy2- I am registered for nutrition next session and the only info I can find re textbooks is two years old. What text book(s) did you use? Any proctored tests? By the way congrats on being done in April (it's just around the corner)! I am sooo jealous... Not done until December here...
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    How much work is involved with nutrition?


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