Ohio University RN-to-BSN Program - page 199

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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    Quote from titrite
    any thought on taking family nursing (4530) & (4560) gerontologic nursing care together or (4570) diversity & (4580) leadership in nursing. i am wondering which combination is less stressful. thanks
    i haven't taken manycourses, but diversity is a lot of busy work. not hard but lots of reading
    articles in addition to the book. 2 quizzes, db each week with 2 responses and apa in text citations and references needed.
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    cincinursemary, i appreciate your input. i am going to take diversity by itself. i can hardly wait to start my first class on 8/27.

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    cincinursemary, i appreciate your input. i am going to take diversity by itself. i can hardly wait to start my first class on 8/27.
    i think it's doable with another class, honestly. just finished it, it wasn't too too bad.
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    A Junior English Comp class in any level 300 English course that has a letter "J" following the course number. For instance, I completed mine last quarter and was titled, "ENG 308J - Writing and Rhetoric II."
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    I will be beginning this Fall and I have a few questions;
    1. I have to take 3 general ed courses; a fine arts, a cross-cultural, and a junior level writing course. Are these courses priced differently than the nursing courses? If so, anyone know the cost?

    2. I would like to take 2 classes at a time, are there two that anyone would suggest definitely not taking together?

    3. any suggestions for which of the fine arts, cross-cultural, or junior level writing courses to take? I see that this fall the Retail Merchandising & Fashion product development course is offered, I did a little research throughout this post and people seem to think its way too difficult, is this still the case?

    Thanks!
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    Quote from RNVT
    I will be beginning this Fall and I have a few questions;
    1. I have to take 3 general ed courses; a fine arts, a cross-cultural, and a junior level writing course. Are these courses priced differently than the nursing courses? If so, anyone know the cost?

    2. I would like to take 2 classes at a time, are there two that anyone would suggest definitely not taking together?

    3. any suggestions for which of the fine arts, cross-cultural, or junior level writing courses to take? I see that this fall the Retail Merchandising & Fashion product development course is offered, I did a little research throughout this post and people seem to think its way too difficult, is this still the case?

    Thanks!
    I'm in an Arts course.. Intro to arts, Arts in context with Professor C, and Business communication with Professor F right now. They aren't hard, just a lot of work. I'm planning on doing an intersession course of Anthropology for the Cross cultural requirement. It's a 10 day course and less than $400. They were both posted through our program classes, so they run the same as the nursing courses.
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    Did you see the email that says Nursing Courses will not be available till the first day of the semester. I liked getting a head start on classes. Bummer.
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    I wonder why the change??
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    Simply Complicated, Is Business communication considered as a junior level course? which code is listed under somehow I can not find this class.

    BY the way for the nurses who asked about the tuition for RN-BSN , it is $243/ credit hour for non residents versus $240 for residents; I just get the bill for Fall 2012.
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    Quote from TITRITE
    Simply Complicated, Is Business communication considered as a junior level course? which code is listed under somehow I can not find this class.

    BY the way for the nurses who asked about the tuition for RN-BSN , it is $243/ credit hour for non residents versus $240 for residents; I just get the bill for Fall 2012.
    Yes it is a Junior level english course. Maybe it's not being offered for Fall?


    I think the change for courses not being up before the first day is because they are all switching to Blackboard, and will no longer be using Epic. So it's going to take them until the first day to get it all switched over.


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