Quote from Soonstudent
Luckily there's not much of a wait for most ADN programs in sc. I was reading a post earlier about California, and it was going to take the person 5 YEARS to complete an ADN. WOW. For once I like good ole SC. lol
I read that too and I couldn't believe it. Here in AZ it is about 1 year or maybe 1 1/2 years for prereqs and then 4 semesters for the ADN. You can also go in the summer and you are done in 16 months after prereqs. I had alot of my prereqs but it will take me 2 more semesters because of A&P.
Here is what we had to take.
Eng 101 (102 is part of the ADN program but I already have it, thankfully)
1 Humanaties class (have)
A&P 1 & 2 (need)
Basic Chem (taking now)
1 Health care class (covers ethics and such)
Med. Term. (start in summer)
College Algebra (have it)
Nurse Assist class (spring)
Psych 101 (have)
As you can see I am almost ready to start the adn program. The only thing holding me back from next spring is A&P 2.
Nutrition and pathopys. are part of the ADN program. I have the stats for the bsn but it will take a couple of years to get into a bsn program. Plus you have to do nutrition, pathpys. and a family studies class first. Meanwhile I could already be working and get my employer to pay for the rn to bsn. They also have a rn to ms.
How many more prereqs do you have to do.