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- Aug 23, '12 by kloneI'm just finishing my BSN, not my Master's, but I have none.
- Aug 31, '12 by RN*mommyOne month into the program and my only regret is I didn't do it sooner! I am in the RN-BSN program.
- Aug 31, '12 by LoveToHikeThanks everybody for the feedback!
- Sep 25, '12 by trulymeHello everyone! I have been reading all of your posts and I am very interested in learning more about your experience in the BSN program. This is geared more to those of you that are 1st time students with no RN degree. I have a B.S. In Biology and i am having a very hard time getting into a program :-( How is this program? Has anyone had a hard time finding a job or getting into an MSN program other than the one MSN WGU offers? How are the clinical sites assigned? Is there anyone from IL enrolled in this program? I would really appreciate any feedback. Thanks alot :-)
- Sep 25, '12 by meanmaryjeanThe pre-licensure BSN program is only available in Indiana, Texas And California. If you do not live in one of those states, you are not eligible. Sorry.
- Sep 28, '12 by FlamingonurseWhat is the IRB you all are referring to. I have a BSN from University of Phoenix and I would like to get my MSN in education. Does anyone know what prereqs were added to your curriculum?
- Sep 28, '12 by stepnurse01SweettartRN,
Did you complete WGU's MSN program in 6-12 months? Any suggestions for students planning on applying for the MSN program at WGU?
- Oct 13, '12 by tortor09Anyone have any problems with getting into other grad programs other than WGU after getting a BSN. I am interested in getting into a BSN to DNP after I get a BSN.
- Oct 17, '12 by cayenne06I started my MSN in nursing education on October 1st. I have completed 6 credits so far and am working on 7&8. I am starting to formulate my idea for my capstone. Unfortunately my mentor won't open up my capstone & research proposal classes until I finish everything else, so I don't want to put any real work into it until I get approval for my idea. I think my idea is rock solid, but it is not nursing specific- it draws heavily on another health field, so I don't know if they will like that.
Sweettart, how did you overcome this obstacle? Did you get approval to work on your capstone at the beginning of your semester? Or did you just finish everything else up quickly (like I am trying to do!) and get started on your capstone at that point?