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Hey guys I just graduated with my assoc. degree this Dec. I have been tossing back and forth between Akron U. and OU. Leaning more towards OU. For any of you that have taken BSN classes from OU - is it comparable to the load of course work from your assoc. degree nursing programs? Am I under the false assumption that it is doable while working full time? Thanks for any tips! I hope to start core BSN courses in the fall!!
I work full time and do many community outreach programs and this program is doable. Once you get the hang of APA format most class assignments are similar, discussion board posts and papers. Some classes have quizzes and tests. The important thing is to try and keep up with readings and assignments. I took electives at OU and some required proctored midterms and finals. I only took one class at a time since 5 week courses can be intense. Some students did take more classes at a time. Online classes were great for me because I could do classwork whenever was convenient for me. Good luck!
Thank you frills! I have two pre reqs left. Intro to nutrition and early childhood edu. I want to take them over the summer. I hope they don't have proctored exams for those because I'm about 3 hours away for OU! Lol thank you for your encouragement, it helps to hear that it is doable!