UTA RN-BSN program 2011

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    hi everyone,

    i need a little advice about the uta rn to bsn program. i am currently enrolled; and i have taken prof nursing a and b, brit lit, and tech writing in the last 10 weeks and i have a 4.0. i only have nursing classes left.

    my question is has anyone taken 2 nursing courses at the same time? was too much of a time crunch? i don't have a job right now and thought i could knock it out before dec, and be ready for jan internships but taking 2 5 week courses makes me a little nervous.

    any advice or suggestions would be appreciated!

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    hi no advise but a quick question... what was the admissions process like for you for the rn-bsn program. i am working on prereq for my lvn-rn bridge and from there hope to do the same program you are doing... was it competitive at all? Thank you!
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    i don't think you can take 2 nursing classes at the same time. at least that is what my coursemap and my nursing advisor told me. you can however take 1 nursing class and 1 general ed class. i'll be done with prof nursing a & b in 3 weeks!

    [quote=christina5sd;5139283]hi everyone,

    i need a little advice about the uta rn to bsn program. i am currently enrolled; and i have taken prof nursing a and b, brit lit, and tech writing in the last 10 weeks and i have a 4.0. i only have nursing classes left.

    my question is has anyone taken 2 nursing courses at the same time? was too much of a time crunch? i don't have a job right now and thought i could knock it out before dec, and be ready for jan internships but taking 2 5 week courses makes me a little nervous.

    any advice or suggestions would be appreciated!
    Last edit by chybabe on Jun 2, '11 : Reason: error
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    acwilson06- hi the process was actually very easy. i decided to sign up a week or so before one of the deadlines and i just called their 800 number and someone emailed me direction on how to apply and answered every question i had. it took about 2-3 weeks to find out if i was admitted. i don't really know if it was competitive.

    chybabe- you can enroll in more nursing classes after you have completed professional nursing a and b. i am in 2 nursing courses now.
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    oh good to know that. how is that going for you so far? i'm almsot done with prof nursing a & b.

    Quote from christina5sd
    acwilson06- hi the process was actually very easy. i decided to sign up a week or so before one of the deadlines and i just called their 800 number and someone emailed me direction on how to apply and answered every question i had. it took about 2-3 weeks to find out if i was admitted. i don't really know if it was competitive.

    chybabe- you can enroll in more nursing classes after you have completed professional nursing a and b. i am in 2 nursing courses now.
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    It's a little tough because Nursing research is all group work. But other than that it's going well. Good luck on the rest of prof. nursing!
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    thank you so much for your quick response! could you by anychance tell me how many start dates they have?
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    I don't know how many they have off the top of my head. I believe the start dates for the nursing classes are every 6 weeks, and I am not sure but I think most of the general ed courses are 9 weeks apart. If you go to stateu.com it will have the dates listed, as well as the requirements for admission.
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    Hi.
    I am going to be starting the RN-BSN program soon. Did you take Technical Writing and Professional Nursing A at the same time? I am working full-time and not sure if I can take on 2 classes at the same time. Since you've taken both classes... What do you recommend?
    Thanks!!!
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    if you have a busy home life and lots of summer plans you may want to wait, but i think you should be fine. if you go to stateu.com you can find the link for the courses syllabi. if you take a look at both classes you may be able to judge if you think you will have enough time better. so far the only course i wouldn't recommend taking with another course is research nursing (takes a lot of time).


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