Drexel transfer one Co-op nursing program. PLEASE HELP !

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    I am a transfer student accepted to the one Co-op 4yr nursing program at Drexel. I was told by someone who was also accepted that if you have 60 credits or more when u transfer the program is only 2 years instead of 4. Does anyone know for sure if that is true ?? thank you !
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    Hi, I was also accepted to the one Co-op program at Drexel. Have you received your acceptance packet yet? Mine had a letter saying I was eligible for the 2 year fast track program and I believe I have about 60 credits I'm transferring. I think as a transfer student, the 4 year program is normally completed in 3 years. I remember reading here the fast track program is 20 credits a semester (or quarter?). The packet includes a letter listing classes you need to be eligible to do the 2 year program..I didn't meet the college algebra requirement so I would have had to take it over the summer. Anyway, I've decided to go elsewhere due to the cost, but good luck to you!
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    I am a transfer student accepted to the one Co-op 4yr nursing program at Drexel. I was told by someone who was also accepted that if you have 60 credits or more when u transfer the program is only 2 years instead of 4. Does anyone know for sure if that is true ?? thank you !
    You should call the school and speak to someone in admissions/evaluation who can tell you definitively.

    I transferred to Drexel some years back and completed my MBA there and can tell you that the transfer process is more complicated if you are coming from a school that's on standard semesters (Drexel is trimester - quarters). In my case, Drexel accepted all of my courses but I only got credit for them in their trimester scheme and so had to take additional classes. YMMV, so call the school.


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