Rejected to Accelerated BSN program, should I consider an Associates? - page 3
Hi Everyone, I have a BSN in Communications and have been doing Marketing and PR for 6 years. I recently applied to University of Colorado in Denver for the Accelerated BSN program but... Read More
0Jul 1, '10 by CassandraannI am also tryng to figure out a career change into the nursing field. If I have a degree already would I still be able to transfer into a 4 year BSN program and have classes transfer with me?
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0Jul 1, '10 by caliotter3Quote from CassandraannYes. You apply to the BSN nursing program after being accepted to the school. The school will evaluate your transcripts and award you credit for the courses that will fulfill requirements for the general education portion of the BSN. There might be a course here and there, for example, statistics or the sciences, that you will have to take in addition to the nursing courses. If your science courses are too old, you may have to repeat them before being admitted to the nursing program.I am also tryng to figure out a career change into the nursing field. If I have a degree already would I still be able to transfer into a 4 year BSN program and have classes transfer with me?
1Dec 1, '12 by rylin86You are incredibly negative muffingirl. The entire economy is bad right now, but that shouldn't be a determining factor in deciding to do something you are passionate about. Nursing is a great profession with a lot of possibilities, more than other professions. It is never too late to go back to school. Education is the best thing you can do for yourself.