Ohio University RN-to-BSN Program - page 212

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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    Michele, empty your PM messages I tried to send you the syllabus

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    Quote from det_tigers
    Michele, empty your PM messages I tried to send you the syllabus
    omg I only have one email in there!!!! Ok thank you so much!
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    I found different editions from a public library in my area for junior english composition. Does anyone know if they will suffice, same authors, different years. ISB 9780131789159 and 9780140277821.

    Public Speaking for Contemporary Life through renters.com is $18.33 ISBN 978007730934.

    I registered myself for 4 classes for the Spring semester. I will be taking public speaking and business communication which are both a whole semester long and two 5 week classes, one 1/14-5/4 and the other 2/18-3/23. Has anyone taken either public speaking or business communication? Are they doable with two other 5 week classes. Any suggestions? I also work full time. I'm thinking of dropping public speaking? Please any suggestions.
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    I recently applied to Ohio State University RN to BSN outreach program. I spent close to $100 on the application fee and sending all my applications to them. When I hadn't heard anything back for more than a month I emailed them, twice, with no response. I finally called them only to find out that I was not eligible for the program due to some new rule regarding state license. They are now only accepting students with RN license for 1 of 14 different states. I am licensed in SD and that is not one of the states they are accepting. I was really disappointed with all the news- upset that it wasn't advertised on their website, nor made aware to me when I originally applied. I did email again asking for documentation of the new rule as I still can find nothing on their website about it. I got an email back advising it is a new rule put in place by the Ohio State Board of Nursing. I am just wondering if anyone else had any similar experiences or has any knowledge of this rule. Thanks everyone!
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    First time I am hearing of this. When you call you need to specifically speak to the nursing department. I believe the college is closed until the 2nd of January. I live in New Jersey and had no issues enrolling two summers ago.
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    Quote from kellyjo44
    I recently applied to Ohio State University RN to BSN outreach program. I spent close to $100 on the application fee and sending all my applications to them. When I hadn't heard anything back for more than a month I emailed them, twice, with no response. I finally called them only to find out that I was not eligible for the program due to some new rule regarding state license. They are now only accepting students with RN license for 1 of 14 different states. I am licensed in SD and that is not one of the states they are accepting. I was really disappointed with all the news- upset that it wasn't advertised on their website, nor made aware to me when I originally applied. I did email again asking for documentation of the new rule as I still can find nothing on their website about it. I got an email back advising it is a new rule put in place by the Ohio State Board of Nursing. I am just wondering if anyone else had any similar experiences or has any knowledge of this rule. Thanks everyone!
    Some recent changes have taken place at the school of nursing. I believe it is related to accreditation and many states were dropped and student not notified. I'm sorry I don;t know which ones.
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    Quote from joj54mom
    First time I am hearing of this. When you call you need to specifically speak to the nursing department. I believe the college is closed until the 2nd of January. I live in New Jersey and had no issues enrolling two summers ago.
    Check your inbox for important information!
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    Has anyone taken the music requirement or the junior composition class? I am scheduled for both to begin and both are 15 week classes. I will be taking both along with two 5 wk nursing courses (these are taken separately though). I'm wondering if this will be an overwhelming amount of work but I'm hoping since they're 15 wk courses they will be light each week.
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    Quote from MBH1979
    Has anyone taken the music requirement or the junior composition class? I am scheduled for both to begin and both are 15 week classes. I will be taking both along with two 5 wk nursing courses (these are taken separately though). I'm wondering if this will be an overwhelming amount of work but I'm hoping since they're 15 wk courses they will be light each week.
    I am planning to do the same, but with a nursing course each 5 weeks. I am hoping its doable with the music and comp spread out over 15 weeks.
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    I took the Junior Comp class (15 weeks) along with another nursing class and Ethics. Comp wasn't bad, ETHICS was terrible!

    Can't comment on the Music class because I took the music class along with Intro to sociology and Nutrition as intersession classes from Western Oklahoma State University. Intersession classes are semester classes fit into 10 days. My advisor approved all of these. WAY easier than a 15 week course. Western Oklahoma only allows you to take 9 credits without filling out all an application (transcripts and fees). IT was a great find!


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