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Part-time RN/BSN programs in NC?

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by Reneesky Reneesky (New Member) New Member

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I am looking for a part time program in the evening /weekend. I am willing to drive an hour to 2hrs if need be. I am in the RTP area. I've perused the topics on here but most are old with no direct answer. Thanks in advance.

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I don't know of any part-time nursing programs, at least in my area of NC (the Triangle). Or evening. I know that the LPN to ADN program at Durham Tech is evenings, but I'm pretty sure it's full-time (and you'd have to be an LPN first, obviously). I think almost all of the nursing programs are daytime programs (because of clinical hour availability).

The problem is that not many schools lists whether they are daytime or nighttime programs, so you may have to call around. I thought ECPI in Charlotte had an evening program, but I can't find any information on it.

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330 Visitors; 5 Posts

Thanks for responding. I'll keep looking.

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mmc51264 has 7 years experience as a MSN, RN and works as a RN.

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Are you looking for an RN program or an RN to BSN (ADN-BSN)? I answered a post somewhere, I got my BSN at UNCW and you can take as many or as few classes as you want. All online.

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Im looking for BSN or ADN. Is that program ADN to BSN?

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Do you currently have a nursing license or are you looking for a prelicensure program? There are tons of online RN-BSN programs, like UNCW, but you have to already have an unencumbered nursing license to pursue it.

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OlivetheRN works as a RN.

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Alamance Community College has a evening/night program that is part time, assuming you have all of your pre-reds finished before you start the actual nursing program portion. The only catch is that your clinicals will be during the day on the weekends.

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330 Visitors; 5 Posts

Thats fine thank you. I'll check it out

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mmc51264 has 7 years experience as a MSN, RN and works as a RN.

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I already had my RN and did my BSN online part time.

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mmc51264 has 7 years experience as a MSN, RN and works as a RN.

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I think many of the Comm colleges have a night time program. They did at Johnston Comm College, but that might be far for you. Durham tech and option?

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