RN to BSN mobility programs Alabama (AUM, JSU, etc)

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    I was wondering about the RN mobility programs at the schools in the state of Alabama? I am really looking at JSU and AUM. I have heard that JSU really isn't bad at all but have not heard about AUM. I am going to need A's in these classes if possible, I want to go to CRNA school and it is a daunting task at best. I am swinging as many A's as B's while in nursing school now. I have around a 3.6 GPA throughout nursing and all A's in my sciences. Any info is greatly appreciated on these schools, especially AUM and JSU.
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    I was wondering about the RN mobility programs at the schools in the state of Alabama? I am really looking at JSU and AUM. I have heard that JSU really isn't bad at all but have not heard about AUM. I am going to need A's in these classes if possible, I want to go to CRNA school and it is a daunting task at best. I am swinging as many A's as B's while in nursing school now. I have around a 3.6 GPA throughout nursing and all A's in my sciences. Any info is greatly appreciated on these schools, especially AUM and JSU.
    i know this thread is old but i'd love info on these programs or any other RN to BSN programs in the state of alabama. if anyone out there has taken them, what were they like? hard to get into? challenging to do while working FT? just information would be wonderful. thanks.
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    I attended the University of South Alabama in Mobile. This was way back in the 90's so may not be relevent today. I found the program very easy; I worked full-time while I attended classes. I did not take any classes online. Since we were all already RN's, the classes were fairly laid-back and enjoyable. If I were to go today, the only deciding factor for me would be the cost of tuition.


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