If a degree is an RN-MSN degree, are the credits considered graduate credits?

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I think the title pretty much says it all...does anybody know?

ChristineN, BSN, RN

Specializes in Pediatric/Adolescent, Med-Surg. 3,464 Posts

Sounds to me like the first year or so would be you attaining your BSN, so those classes would not be graduate level classes. Once you finish your undergrad classes and start on the "MSN" part of the program, then you would be taking graduate classes.

UVA Grad Nursing

1,068 Posts

Look at the course numbers. At my university, courses numbers pertain to the level. Undergraduate classes are numbered 1000 - 4999, and graduate classes are 5000 and above.

Our RN-MSN program has some classes in the 4000 range (4th year undergrad) and some in the 5000 and 6000 ranges (graduate credit).

elkpark

14,633 Posts

Depends on how the individual school defines the courses.