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Hello, im currently doing my pre-reqs at national university. My question is should i just try and do my bsn with them its going to be like a 4 year route or should i do pre reqs and then transfer to do my associates RN. Trying to figure out what is the best route

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Is there a LPN-BSN program you can do? I did all my prereqs in a year and a half then did a LPN-BSN program that only took 2 years. I also didnt do prereqs full time so I prob could have gotten them done sooner

sorry to hijack your thread....But quick question. Is national University a online collage that you are taking individual courses (anatomy 1/2, biology, chem). Hard to get into classes at the local community college. How are the course prices?

@ jaime. National university is a university that provides different undergraduate, and graduates careers. They offer online courses and in campus courses, the price range is about 1000 per course not including books. But when it comes to nursing course all of does are done in campus. Were do you reside?

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Is there a LPN-BSN program you can do? I did all my prereqs in a year and a half then did a LPN-BSN program that only took 2 years. I also didnt do prereqs full time so I prob could have gotten them done sooner

Yes there are programs that offer the bridge program sadly alot of does program require some accreditation that the school i went didn't have . So they cant accept my transcripts so I'm working from ground zero

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If I were you (and I was.. Started as LPN and transferred to Community college for my RN, just graduating and now doing my BSN, will be done in one year).. I would transfer to community college and do your LPN-RN there. Then, you can save money and you can take your RN to any school for your BSN (contingent on being accepted of course) and while you are waiting you can do your prereqs for the RN as well as the BSN. I don't like online schools as I have heard only negative things about them as far as students not having transcripts accepted and them not being accredited schools. you want to learn hands on when you are going for your RN, and you want to be confident in your skills. Its harder to do that when you are doing a lot of your studies online.

Hello, im currently doing my pre-reqs at national university. My question is should i just try and do my bsn with them its going to be like a 4 year route or should i do pre reqs and then transfer to do my associates RN. Trying to figure out what is the best route

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Hey I know that this post is a little old. I would like to know how it is going are you still with NU and what program did you end up doing ?