JU Bachelors Program

  1. is anyone enrolled into the JU program? Looking for feedback before signing up for a school....thanks everyone!! Oh...and if anyone knows the cost i would appreciate it...thanks!
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  3. by   misswhitney
    Expensive...lol I am just popping in to say I loooove you. Sorry I am not helpful.

    http://ju.edu/depts/nursing/rnbsn.aspx
    http://www.universityalliance.com/in...verview_T1.pdf

    This has the cost on it as well. =)
  4. by   look-4-miracles
    YOU ROCK LADY! i have been looking for the price for days....thanks!! I can get in here without needing to raise my GPA lol so now I just have to see if work will pay for it! See you tomorrow bright and early!!

    xoxo
  5. by   mama2krhj
    I was just checking out their site the other day. I believe it was like $410 a credit hour. Steep, but if you have your AA already, you get your BSN in the same time that other programs get their AS in Nursing.
  6. by   jaxielynn
    I'm about to finish up the RN to BSN program at JU. Yes, the cost is $410 a credit hour. I would recomend looking at junior/community colleges for the general education requirements. I was able to find all the ge classes I needed online for a fraction of the cost ($115). Just make sure you get prior approval from your advisor that the classes will transfer. The only classes I took at JU were NUR. Good luck!
  7. by   chicookie
    I am in the RN to BSN program online and so far its awesome. Expensive but awesome.
  8. by   jsd42277
    Hi all! I was just wondering if someone could tell me what the requirements are for JU regarding worked hours before applying. I just graduated from FCCJ ADN and I am finishing up my AA right now. Unfortunately I have no leads on any job possibilities and thought about going into a BSN program. I know a lot of programs require you to have so many worked hours before applying. I thought if I couldn't get a job at least I could keep going to school. Any suggestions would be wonderful! Also, with the online program at JU how do they handle clinic hours?

    Thanks!!!
  9. by   chicookie
    Quote from jsd42277
    Hi all! I was just wondering if someone could tell me what the requirements are for JU regarding worked hours before applying. I just graduated from FCCJ ADN and I am finishing up my AA right now. Unfortunately I have no leads on any job possibilities and thought about going into a BSN program. I know a lot of programs require you to have so many worked hours before applying. I thought if I couldn't get a job at least I could keep going to school. Any suggestions would be wonderful! Also, with the online program at JU how do they handle clinic hours?

    Thanks!!!
    JU and UNF don't require work hours unless its for your Masters. Then you need 2000. Instead of doing clinical hours, you do one or 2 big projects toward the end.(this is for the JU online BSN) These projects have to be done underneath an RN with her/his BSN if I remember correctly. And that isn't towards the end. This first classes are like regular class. Plus with the AA degree all you have to take is nursing classes.
  10. by   jsd42277
    Thanks so much! I thought that UNF and JU didn't require worked hours (except for masters) but I kept getting mixed information! I will definitely be looking into JU since they have the online option! Best of luck to everyone and thanks again for the input!
  11. by   HappyJaxRN
    Hi. I graduated from FCCJ and 5 years later (now) am 1/2 way through the RN-BSN online program at JU. I pay $1230/3 credit class. I take 2 classes every 8 weeks. It is considered full time. I'm working fulltime as well. It's hard, but doable. I am learning a lot andI enjoy it. Good luck with your choice!

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