3 Year Traditional BSN Programs?

  1. I've been searching the forums for any information on 3 yr programs, but only see that Sacremento State has a 2 yr program and Grand Canyon University has a 5 semester (3yr w/ pre-reqs) program. Can anyone provide me with info on other 3yr programs? or 3.5 yr programs?
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  3. by   yelle418
    Hi Im starting Nursing School in that fall at Stanislaus State University, its about 2 hours South of Sac. I dont know too much about the program yet, but I have heard nothing but good things about it thus far. I just went to the orientation and got all the requirements to do before school starts. One thing i can say is that the nursing staff is great! They are all so friendly and approachable and really made all the students feel welcome. It is a 3 year program, and they make room for you to be able to get your G.Es done too. If you have any questions, feel free to ask!
  4. by   caliotter3
    SJSU had/has a three year program. Six semesters of nursing school after you complete their prerequisite requirements. There used to be an advanced placement option for those with prior nursing school, LVNs, and RNs. RNs, to complete the RN to BSN portion only have to go to the final two semesters that include public health and leadership. This program is severely impacted. They no longer accept people who have a prior bachelor's degree.