Online Rn- BSN in PA - page 2

I was wondering about RN-BSN online programs in PA. My husband is looking for one that is majority online. I am in CRNA school and he is taking care of the kids. Thanks for any info... Read More

  1. by   LindseyGeneJellyBean
    Quote from slv5012
    PSU world campus is a good option!
    im enrolled in world campus, but I just realized that we have clinicals we have to do. Other nurses I know who are currently enrolled in RN-BSN programs dont have clinicals to do...why is that?
  2. by   RN20102010
    Quote from LindseyGeneJellyBean
    im enrolled in world campus, but I just realized that we have clinicals we have to do. Other nurses I know who are currently enrolled in RN-BSN programs dont have clinicals to do...why is that?


    Hi Lindsey Gene Jelly Bean did you finish your Bsn with PSU, how was it making arrangements for the clinicals I am looking into this school and would like your input on how your experience was with them
  3. by   Clinical_Queen
    I just registered for my first semester at PennStates online RN-BSN program (was gonna go to LIU but was unsatisfied with them, also online classes turned out to be more convenient)

    there are clinicals for PennState, my first semester Im taking classes that dont require clinical hours (outside the house)...Im still a little confused however about how to complete the clinical hours required in future classes

    Does anyone from PennStates Nursing program have info about the clinicals?
  4. by   chuckster
    Quote from ctucker
    I was wondering about RN-BSN online programs in PA. My husband is looking for one that is majority online. I am in CRNA school and he is taking care of the kids. Thanks for any info
    Drexel, Temple and Slippery Rock State U each offer completely online programs. West Chester has a hybrid classroom/online. I'm curious as to why you want to limit yourself to PA colleges since you can do an online program from anywhere though.
  5. by   mntgrl
    Hi, I work and live in PA, but go to an online school in Texas. I graduated last year from a diploma program and when I was hired I was told I needed my BSN in 5 years. I started looking around and it was so pricey and time consuming. Jefferson wanted over 22k and 2 years! I thought I would be going to school forever. Then a co-worker told me about University of Texas at Arlington's academic partnership program. It is all online, affordable, 13 months and costs about $9,000. The program is accreditated by CCNE. Most classes are 5 weeks and you can even do electives on line if you need them. I started in Jan of 2011 and will be done in March 2012. It is great that it is online, most classes you can work ahead if you have time. There are weekly deadlines but no mandatory online class meetings. So far everything has been working out great. I work full time and am able to finish my school work with no problem. They have great support and answer questions right away. Check it out. Also, the 13 months is considered full time, he could go at a slower pace too

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