Published Jul 8, 2009
So, I'm a 50-plus ADN RN with over 30 years under my belt. I have some ed. credits from a program from Walla Walla College that I was unfortunately unable to complete for a BSN. I an exhausted looking at online programs which will get me the best bang for my buck and the least amount of $$. I spoke to a guy from the College Network who wanted to charge me a bunch of money for doing stuff I could do myself for free. I'm interested in other's experiences and recommendations.
athena55, BSN, RN
I did the same thing. I was looking for a MSN/FNP program and looked into the College Network and decided it was way too much $$. And the kicker is you still have to apply to (in my case Regis) a college after all the "pre-reqs"
Let me do some searching and I will send you a list of colleges/universities that are 100% on-line (except, of course, the required clinicals which usually - if you are an out of state student, you must obtain on your own)
I went to California State University, Dominguez Hills by the way and I highly recommend it.
okay, here is just one of a number of communications regarding RN-BSN on All Nurses.
GOOD LUCK. I am a big fan of on-line study. I was thisclose to finishing up my FNP (only had 1 course and my clinicals to do) and then September 11th happened, and I dropped out....
j450n, BSN, MSN, RN
Have you looked at WSU's online RN to BSN program?
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