ADN or BSN NOT which is better!!! - page 2

just an informal poll, who is in an adn program & who is in a bsn program & who is in an lpn program? what semester? this is not a which one is better. i think anyone smart enough to be in a... Read More

  1. by   ADN 2002
    4th Semester ADN - Graduation is May 16!
  2. by   moni rn
    1st semester of an adn program
  3. by   studentnurse_02
  4. by   zacarias
    Hey all,

    Sandra, you and I are pretty much right on. We will graduate at the same time. Anyway, I'm in an ADN program in the 2nd quarter.

  5. by   fnimat1
    I'm in my Pre-req semester of my colleges A.A.S. (Associate of Applied Science) nursing program. Hopefully, I'll be accepted into the program for next Fall.....

    "RN 2B from Jersey"
  6. by   Hooligan
    I already have a B.A. in English so I figured I would get my RN through an ADN program and later pursue a Master's at the Hospital's expense. The University of Illinois at Chicago has an ADN to MSN bridge program for those who already have a Bachelor's in a non - nursing field. There are a few more pre requisites but that's o.k. answer the question, ADN!!
  7. by   LuvaNurse04
    ADN Program

    Incoming !st semester clinical nursing student as of tomorrow! I'm so excited!
  8. by   Mito
    Hello All,

    4th of 6 semesters of Diploma Program (ADN) in Ontario, Canada. Currently in Psych. rotation.

  9. by   Agnus
    I'm a LPN graduate. Then completed an AASN program fro my RN RN. I am now in a BSN completion progran.
  10. by   fourbirds4me
    6th semester BSN
  11. by   nay537
    8th semester BSN!!!!!!
  12. by   Rainagrey
    Second semester of an ADN program and feeling like I made the right decision more and more as the days go on . . .
  13. by   StudentSandra
    originally posted by jedijennie
    but-i graduate with my rn in december of this year. i have to pass the nclex the first time by feb 2003 to continue in the rest of the bsn program (from jan-aug 2003, we are just at the university, not the community college).

    fyi.....i'm not trying to be picky, just wanted you to know, although many people think the same thing, you will not graduate with your rn, i guess you will graduate with an associates degree, not sure the way your program is set up. no one in the u.s. graduates with their rn. the rn in the license you receive after passing the nclex-rn.

    but anyway, so far we have 15 adn, 7 bsn, 1 combo, 1 diploma, and 1 pre nursing.
    Last edit by StudentSandra on Feb 1, '02