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Prereqs online? HELP!

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by maggie04 maggie04 (New) New

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Hey everyone,

I swear to you, I have probably spent 40+ hours searching the Internet for this answer and I am feeling so defeated. 

I want to apply to a post-bacc accelerated BSN program, but I need to take a few classes: A&P/stats/nutrition/micro. I work full time and can’t do normal in-person full semester classes. Well, not CAN’T, but won’t. I need to continue to make my full-time income right now. And I know there are programs like Marian University that have their MAP program which allows you to take all prereqs at an accelerated pace online through them. But my question is, what if I want to apply to multiple schools?? I want to take my prereqs online and have them be accepted at multiple schools in numerous different states. 


Any recommendations where I can take online courses and not be worried about them transferring and being accepted?
 

This is my ONE complaint about Post-bacc programs... they don’t offer any assistance for the prereqs, they just say “must have them done with a 3.0”. But I don’t know where and how!! Especially when I’m not 100% sure where I’ll end up going! 

Not knowing how or where to take prereqs has stopped me from going back to school for years, and I finally just need some advice and help!

 

THANKS EVERYONE! 

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University of New England has a post bacc healthcare program that their website has always claimed has wide acceptance for nursing, medical, etc. programs. Not inexpensive, but most necessary prerequisite courses are offered in one place. Another such source, I believe, is Johns Hopkins, but as I recall, more limited in courses offered. I used to have the UNE link but it is not difficult to find.

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I'm not sure what schools you are currently looking into, but in my area each of the state universities have transfer agreements with nearby community colleges. This would also be a MUCH more affordable route than taking the classes wherever you end up. And each of the prerequisites for my program were available both in person and online (including A&P 1&2 and Microbiology).

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