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- Sep 18 by BSNINTHEWORKSIf either of your choices require a writing class, I would definitely get that out of the way first, while you still forming a decision, if writing is not your strong suit. In my current RN-BSN courses, each post has to be formatted correctly, with proper citation within each post and at the conclusion. Having a strong grasp of writing makes it so much easier to take more than one class at once.
Just my opinion...
- Sep 18 by mmc51264I am enrolled in the RN-BSN program at East Carolina University. It is totally online. I don't know about other programs, but there are 2 writing extensive courses and this first semester it is all about learning APA writing style. Writing is going to be a big part.
I just finished my 6 month new grad program. I still have class commitments though that program until May. I wasn't ready to go back to school right away after my ADN LOL.
It is all about time management.