Published Jun 18, 2009
I got accepted to the RN program and and setting up my schedule for next semester, the problem is I took all my Pre-reqs so what classes should I take to stay full time? classes I don't know what classes that are needed for a BSN but eventually want to return for it. Are there any I can take now to help with that? The nur 111 class that is all I have to take the first semester and it is 8 hours! any help would be great thanks!
Ask your instructors at orientation (or email them) what classes you can take to stay full time. Mine gave me a list of all the classes we had to take to get our bachelors and which we could take while we are in the ADN program. I'm sure they won't mind you asking.
Depends on your school. What about electives, have you completed all of those? If you are going to a 2 yr school ask them what transfer agreements they have with the schools providing a BSN (including the private ones). Then seek advice from the college you hope to take your BSN.
Ditto the above posters advice about checking with the college you want to go to for your BSN. May I also add though, if possible take an online class with your nursing program. You may have clinicals, outside testing etc., that come up last minute that might interfere with another class. Also, in my experience, I have found online classes not only to be more flexible but less stressful.
There is no place right around my school that offers BSN or MSN. So I would have to move, or take some classes online. I was thinking about taking Spanish,maybe a personal health class (i'm a little over weight), I really love math and going to take a higher math but for insurance reasons I have to stay full time!
hello, i am planning on getting my bsn but i'm getting my adn at my cc, and i emailed the university that i'm planning on getting my bsn from. they emailed me a class sheet and that's what i'm doing right now, i've taken freshman comp ii, hist i & ii, and two governtment classes, chem w lab, a p.e class, so by the end of this year i will have all the prereqs for the bsn. if you will have to move in order to get your bsn have you tried an online school to get your rn-bsn? try some of those online shools and compare classes for your bsn and start taking them and of course make sure they will accept them.
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