I've already got a BS in Psychology, but what I want to really do with my life is nursing. I'm enrolled at Nashville State and got one on-campus class (A&P I) and one RODP class (Microbiology). I called TSU, TSU at Vol State and Nashville State and asked if an RODP science prerequisite will count toward acceptance into their Nursing programs. They all said yes. I asked because I know at MTSU they would not, and pretty sure from a post elsewhere on here that Austin Peay's Nursing school doesn't accept RODP credits, but those are for a Bachelor's, and I'm just going for an Associate's to become an RN. I just want to make absolutely certain that if I want to do all my prereq's online, that they'll count. I have two little boys, so the less time I have to spend on a campus and in the car, the better. Thanks for any information you can share with me. Good luck, everyone!
Dec 28, '10
by johnny depp23
Good question- I honestly have no idea. Maybe there is a certain number they go by to tell if you took it online or classroom.
The lady who runs the nursing dept. at Belmont said-" do not take any of your science courses online." I was gonna go there next fall, but decided it's not worth all that money.
ps- my advisor told me that - MTSU, TSU, and Cumberland all accept RODP online courses. Hope this helps!
Last edit by johnny depp23 on Dec 28, '10