Accelerated Programs!

  1. Please can someone direct me to a link that gives EVERY accelerated Nursing program available. I would like more info on programs in the PA/DE area. I've been to various sites, and for some reason they don't list ALL of the schools that offer accelerated programs for people with a bachelors already. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
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  2. 12 Comments

  3. by   sirI
    Hello, Ling07,

    Not sure this lists all accelerated programs, but a good start including those in PA and DE:

    http://www.allnursingschools.com/fea...celerated-bsn/
  4. by   Nightinmale
    Hi- I've found the following link pretty helpful. Just select "Accelerated BSN" in the Program field.

    Hope it helps!

    http://www.allnursingschools.com/find/
  5. by   Ling07
    Actually I've been to that site several times and it does not list all of the accelerated programs in the PA area. For example, Drexel, and that is a popular one on the boards but you don't see it on there. Rutgers offer one in NJ, but you don't see NJ up there.



    Quote from siri
    Hello, Ling07,

    Not sure this lists all accelerated programs, but a good start including those in PA and DE:

    http://www.allnursingschools.com/fea...celerated-bsn/
  6. by   Ling07
    Thanks for the link but just like I was telling the other poster, this site doesn't list all of the accelerated programs available.

    Quote from Grey Cat
    Hi- I've found the following link pretty helpful. Just select "Accelerated BSN" in the Program field.

    Hope it helps!

    http://www.allnursingschools.com/find/
  7. by   sirI
    Here is a PDF list of programs from '05-'06 from the AACN:

    http://www.aacn.nche.edu/Education/pdf/APLIST.PDF
  8. by   arciedee
    Here is the AACN's list. Again, this isn't a comprehensive list (because it is up to the schools to self-report to the AACN), but it covers some of the schools you mentioned:

    http://www.aacn.nche.edu/Education/pdf/APLIST.PDF
  9. by   HikingNinja
    Actually, it might be better for you to look at all programs. Here's an example, we have several schools here in Nevada that conduct classes all year round. So at one school, a BSN will take 16months to complete, at another it takes 18 months, etc. You get the picture. They are not called accelerated because you don't need a Bachelor's already to get in, just have whatever prereq's they want done. I'm in the same situation. I already have a BA and have applied to the following in my area:

    1 18 month BSN program
    1 12 month accelerated BSN program (need a Bachelor's to apply)
    1 24 month entry MSN (need a bachelor's to apply)
    1 24 month BSN
  10. by   elisabeth
    The CA State Board of Registered Nursing has a link for accredited schools. It lists them separately by ASN or BSN, but if you click the BSN link, it does say Accelerated Fast Track in bold for each school that has it. So, my suggestion would be to check the BRN web site.
  11. by   Ling07
    Thank you so much! I wish I could cyber hug you!!!!!!!!

    Quote from siri
    Here is a PDF list of programs from '05-'06 from the AACN:

    http://www.aacn.nche.edu/Education/pdf/APLIST.PDF
  12. by   Ling07
    Do you have a link?

    Quote from elisabeth
    The CA State Board of Registered Nursing has a link for accredited schools. It lists them separately by ASN or BSN, but if you click the BSN link, it does say Accelerated Fast Track in bold for each school that has it. So, my suggestion would be to check the BRN web site.
  13. by   sirI
    You are welcome, Ling07. Glad to have helped.
  14. by   Ling07
    The school I graduated from is on there so that's a shock!

    Quote from siri
    You are welcome, Ling07. Glad to have helped.

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