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Accelerated second degree programs

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by Shannmo13 Shannmo13 (New) New

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I was wondering if anyone has any advice on schools in Colorado that offer second degree accelerated programs? Or anyone who has done these programs/ which programs are best?

I have my bachelors in Public relations/marketing but am looking to go back to school to get a bsn!

I have found four in Colorado but I'm not sure which programs are better than others?

Also, does anyone know what the job outlook in Colorado is for new grads?

 

Meant advice is appreciated!! Thank you!

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klone has 14 years experience as a MSN, RN and specializes in Women's Health/OB Leadership.

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It's a very tough market for new grads in Denver.

Offhand, I know of two programs - UC Denver and Regis. UC Denver is cheaper.

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Thank you!

I I have looked into Regis, university of Colorado -Colorado Springs, uc Denver, and Denver school of nursing but wasn't sure if one program is better than another!

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SC_RNDude has 7 years experience.

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Metro State also has an accelerated program.

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FLOATnureCO has 3 years experience.

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I did the accelerated program at Regis and it was a great experience! I would also recommend CU Denver/ Springs. If you go to Denver School of Nursing, the accelerated program is quite a bit longer (I think it's like 22 months vs. 1 year at Regis). I don't know a lot about Metro.

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