Online Rn- BSN in PA

  1. 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
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  3. by   suni
    I think Mansfield has one and maybe Jefferson. I live in Pa and did UOP online.
  4. by   Lenap
  5. by   luvdancink
    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
    I'm starting in Drexel's online RN to BSN next week. It seems very efficient. Drexel has a good name too and the diploma wont differentiate whether you went online or brick and mortar.
  6. by   mdmarino
    I am currently enrolled in Penn State's RN to BSN and it is all online through their World Campus. It is wonderful and I highly recommend it!
  7. by   annaedRN
    Slippery Rock University has a pretty good one. Good luck!
  8. by   jp267
    About how long does it take most people to complete their BSN online?
  9. by   Skeletor
    Quote from mdmarino
    I am currently enrolled in Penn State's RN to BSN and it is all online through their World Campus. It is wonderful and I highly recommend it!
    How is the program going so far?
  10. by   ChristineN
    I am enrolled in Chatham University's on-line RN-BSN program. If done full-time, it will take 8 months from start to finish.
  11. by   june2009
    I was extremely interested in chatham's online rn-bsn program until I saw the price per credit. It's $700. By the time you're done with the program, you're set back $18200. For me, it would be nice to have that BSN in 8 months, but I have a family and couldn't posssibly afford it. Slippery rock in completely online (except for clinicals but you get to pick your clinical sites and when you want to do your hours). Cost: $212 per credit. It takes about 2 years to complete the program, however. After you have received your BSN, the total is only 8200 or something near that. It's the least expensive and most flexable program online that I have found yet.
  12. by   ChristineN
    Quote from june2009
    I was extremely interested in chatham's online rn-bsn program until I saw the price per credit. It's $700. By the time you're done with the program, you're set back $18200. For me, it would be nice to have that BSN in 8 months, but I have a family and couldn't posssibly afford it. Slippery rock in completely online (except for clinicals but you get to pick your clinical sites and when you want to do your hours). Cost: $212 per credit. It takes about 2 years to complete the program, however. After you have received your BSN, the total is only 8200 or something near that. It's the least expensive and most flexable program online that I have found yet.
    I admitt Chatham is rather pricey. However, I attended a diploma RN school that they have a reciprical agreement with, so all of my classes transfer, and I only need the 8 core nursing classes, no gen ed requirements. It makes the program (not counting books) around $14,000. I am paying for it all out of pocket, but so far, I have been pleased with the Chatham program.
  13. by   slv5012
    PSU world campus is a good option!
  14. by   slv5012
    I think it's more reasonable than the actual in-person courses @ PENN STATE!

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