Accelerated bsn program in pa with few entrance prerequisites
- 0Jul 18, '11 by proudjournalistnurse2bAre you in any BSN ACCELERATED PROGRAM IN ANY UNIVERSITY WITHIN THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA ? OR DID YOU JUST RECENTLY GRADUATED FROM ONE ?DO YOU HAVE BA IN HUMANITIES ?
IF YES KEEP READING IF NO CLOSE THIS AND GO AND DO OTHER THINGS I DO NOT WANT TO WASTE YOUR PRECIOUS TIME
WHAT ACCELERATED BSN PROGRAM REQUIRE FEW PREREQUISITES AS ADMISSION CRITERIA DO NOT TELL ME EACH PROGRAM IS DIFFERENT (I KNOW THAT) .
I AM EXPECTING AN ANSWER FROM SOMEBODY WITH BA IN HUMANITIES WHO STARTED FROM A SCRATCH WITH hard SCIENCES.If you have chemistry or biology degree before matriculating this question might not relate to your experience. sorry for my shouting just desperate
Last edit by proudjournalistnurse2b on Jul 18, '11
- 0Jul 19, '11 by Twinmom06, ASN, RNMisercordia University in Dallas offers a very good accelarated BSN program...you have to take the pre-reqs before getting into the program and once in the program then its like 18 mos till the BSN degree...
I looked into it but since Penn State as an ADN program and I have my BA in Communications from Penn State all my electives were covered - much more time/cost efficient (for me)
- 0Jul 19, '11 by hiddencatRNMaybe, instead of shouting, you should work your way through the PA schools on this list and see which ones integrate the science classes in to the curriculum: http://www.aacn.nche.edu/publications/issues/aug02.htm
I had a BA in English and did a year and a half of prerequisites before starting school. None of the schools I looked at for second degree accelerated programs integrated the sciences in to the program. One school I looked at wouldn't even let you APPLY until all your prerequisites were finished.