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MCPHS? RN to BSN

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EDRN-2010 EDRN-2010 (Member)

Anyone gone here, know more about their rn to bsn program? Sounds good but I have not heard anyone say they have gone through the program. I am interested in it mainly because you can complete it in 16 months, and start in the summer, the college does not require a ton of random pre-req classess...it costs a bit more than I would prefer and is about an hour from me but if the school is good and the program is organized it would be worth it to me. TIA!!!

Anyone???? I read through every single post on here that had the name of the school in it and did not find a single person in this program. I found a few in the accel. BSN program but that is it. I don't think this can be a good sign???

It is a good school. As for their BSN program I received a letter and advertisement a few months back, but I haven't heard anything from anyone either. I am going into their Pharmacy program, but that is another story.

Doesn't Framingham State still offer a BSN after one year? It isn't too far off from the Pike, if you can commute. Plus I am sure it costs less since it is a state college.

I didn't think of them. I just went to their website and it is not the most informative but it sounds like the program can be completed in 3 semesters. Thanks I will look into it more!

It is a good school. As for their BSN program I received a letter and advertisement a few months back, but I haven't heard anything from anyone either. I am going into their Pharmacy program, but that is another story.

Doesn't Framingham State still offer a BSN after one year? It isn't too far off from the Pike, if you can commute. Plus I am sure it costs less since it is a state college.

Your welcome. I was going to go there myself. I believe if you go to your previous college they can help you transfer. Your old college site should have a transfer advising page that lets you know which college they have agreements with on transferring credits over.