4 years to complete an ADN?!?! - page 4
I just found out today that by going to the community college to get my ADN, it is going to take 4 years for me to finish. What the heck is that all about?? I don't understand that because why would... Read More
May 19, '04Occupation: RN Joined: Apr '03; Posts: 160; Likes: 11Hi CNM2B!
This is the policy at Erie Community College. You can check them out on the web at www.ecc.edu
You -n- I have chatted before on this forum. I don't know if you remember, but I told you that joke about Gowanda, N.Y. ...remember?
Q: How do you get to Gowanda?
A: Gowanda bus. ...hehehehe... I crack me up!!
May 19, '04Joined: Mar '04; Posts: 5,926; Likes: 15Yep, I remember now and I was wondering if it was you that told me! LOL! I talk so much I can't remember who I am talking to! LOL! Big downfall of mine. I'll do better next time, I promise!
May 19, '04Occupation: Lifetime student! Joined: Oct '02; Posts: 819; Likes: 2Quote from Lauren3249And that is right. Some programs take two years and some actually take a little less due to summer courses. Some require prereqs to be completed prior and some have them worked in but I have never heard of a RN/ADN or ASN program requiring 4 years.I thought it was supposed to be 2 years, not 4. That's a fricken BSN. Is this normal
In most states you can earn a BSN in 4 years. I don't know about you but I don't have 2 extra years to waste on an ADN degree. My advice, find another school.