Published Mar 7, 2014
i would love to get your knowledge on bmcc nursing program.
Im currently a freshman taking Pys 100, English 101. I have 3 more courses to take and was planning on taking them in the summer sessions & hopefully applying for the Nursing program then. Courses that I have to take in the summer are MAT 104, Chem 118 & BIO425 but can't take Bio unless you do the Chemistry 118. Do you guys think I'll get into the program by Fall 2014 if I completed these classes in the summer ? Or by 2015 ? I'm really hoping in getting in into the nursing program, but i do have a back up of Respiratory Therapist for spring 2015 semester since I'm on the waiting list.
Hey Valcinda - I'm not going to BMCC for nursing, as it turns out (going ABSN instead), but I did my pre-reqs there and originally was planning to apply for the nursing program (nights and weekends). From the Nursing Department web site: "All Undeclared Health major (UDH) students completing the four required pre-requisite courses (ENG 101, PSY 100, MAT 104, and BIO 425) in Summer Session 1 or 2 may apply in the Fall for admission into the Nursing Program for the following Spring semester." Looks like you won't be able to start Fall 2014, but could potentially start Spring 2015. For the night/weekend program, you'd have to start in Fall 2015.The upside is that you won't have to take BIO426 and BIO420 while also in the nursing program! Those classes are no joke. Good luck!
Im currently a freshmen in the UDH program and im taking soc100 and mat12
in the summer im taking Eng101 Che121.
in the fall im taking Eng201 Bio425 Mat104 and Psy100.
in the Spring 2015 im taking Spe100 Psy 240 bio 426
if all goes well, then i'll be transfering to a ASBN at Pace University. because BMCC will take your money knowing damn well your not getting in the program. there are countless people that comoplain that their 3.7 or 3.8 was too low to get it and they kept applying (paying the fee over and over) just to get denied. your best bet is too look into a ASBN proram. you'll be done in a year, but do all your pre reqs at bmcc, its cheaper
Hi Jane you do know the asbn programs are for individuals who already have a bachelors degree or something equivalent to that and I've know someone who got in the program with a 3.7 GPA and I've also put my name on the RTT program waiting just incase I don't get in the nursing because RTT get paid $5000 per year less than RN and you can always do a bridge program. Did the nursing advisor gave you those classes for fall & summer sessions ?
You can take CHE118 over the summer. In the fall, you can take MAT104 and BIO425. While taking these final two pre-reqs, you can apply to nursing. If you are entering into the day program, you will have to wait a semester until you begin the nursing sequence so you won't officially begin the nursing sequence until fall 2015.
You can use this time to take any additional courses so you won't have to take them in collusion with your nursing classes.
gwenzilla, BSN, RN
Take CHE 121!
I have a post up about nursing at BMCC you look up my topic, it is very detail. You may need to take a seat.
Well I changed my major to respiratory therapy and so far so good, thanks Yar5
Im interested in getting into bmcc night/weekend nursing prgm. However im basically starting from the beginning. Next week i take me CAT to get into the school then i take it from there. ive been studying very hard for the CAT assessment tests... Can anyone give me any pointers please. Im hoping to start my pre-requisites in Jan 2015... Thanks
hello,Im interested in getting into bmcc night/weekend nursing prgm. However im basically starting from the beginning. Next week i take me CAT to get into the school then i take it from there. ive been studying very hard for the CAT assessment tests... Can anyone give me any pointers please. Im hoping to start my pre-requisites in Jan 2015... Thanks
You should go to the math lab in Bmcc & take MATH 12-51 practice papers & ask for help on questions you don't understand etc.
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