Is 30 Unit RN a good way to go???? - page 2
Hello, I am a new graduate of an LVN program in Orange County.... I am interested in starting Cerritos college in January taking their 30 unit option for the RN.... does anyone know more info... Read More
Oct 14, '04Occupation: Autopsy Tissue Tech... For Now!!! Joined: Jun '04; Posts: 11Thanks to all of you for your advice. I went to the local JC and spoke with a counselor. Turns out, to do the 30 unit option, you STILL have to take like 2-3 classes before getting into those anyway. So I have decided, if I am going to go through ALL that... I might as well get my ASN. Thanks for helping me work it out!
Feb 16, '07Joined: Feb '06; Posts: 4Quote from NurseUBack2Healhim lvn too! just wanna ask you, if there's no english on the 30 unit option in ceritos. Because when i apply in compton english1a is part of the pre- reqs. so if eng1a is added it will exceed 30 units. hope you'll reply on this because I really want to study in cerritos. Plus, is there waiting list in cerritos? thanks man!!!Hello,
I am a new graduate of an LVN program in Orange County.... I am interested in starting Cerritos college in January taking their 30 unit option for the RN.... does anyone know more info about this option??
All I need to take is the 30 units and I will be able to take the RN board??? I don't need math, english, history, etc.????
I would love to hear from RN's that may have done the 30 unit thing....
Thanks So Much!!!
Feb 16, '07Joined: Aug '02; Posts: 38,000; Likes: 37,204People who consider the 30 unit option usually do so as a last resort to not getting into a regular RN program or having to drop out of one for some reason. As far as addressing the nrsg shortage, it is like a drop of water in the ocean.