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  1. Hi, so I have a BBA in Business and I am done with every pre-requisite for almost every aBSN or 2-year RN program in Denver (except for some of the religious/Sociology/Philosophy classes at Regis U and CCU). Does anyone know which program isn't 8 hours/day, 5 days a week in a classroom AND at clinicals? I intentionally ensured that I completed as many prerequisite courses so my course load is lighter. However, it will be very hard for my wife (she's an RN) to have adequate care for our 2 disabled daughters if I am in a classroom 40+ hours a week. Who has LESSER demands for classroom time in Denver? I've heard DCoN is a big time commitment (in fact their advisor let me know of that in an email). Thank you!
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    Regis University ABSN Spring 2020

    DId anybody use StraighterLine for any of their prerequisite classes for the aBSN program? I have all of my science classes completed but I need to finish Sociology and Philosophy ASAP. Also, I emailed Regis University weeks ago and I haven't received a reply. Thank you.
  3. I know it's as easy as looking on their website. However, I swear I've seen conflicting information regarding my question. Initially, I thought the pre-requisites counted as 1 of the 5 six month terms. Please help me figure this out.
  4. Thanks for the advice. I have a question for you, Science,dude1, why are you choosing UTA over WGU’s Program? I keep flip-flopping between which one I would rather be in. The only differences I have noticed are WGU seems easier to get into (I mean they take StraighterLine’s easy pre-req courses) and WGU is 2 years instead of 15 months. What is the benefit of going to UTA? I can’t answer that question for myself. Thank you!
  5. Hi Everyone, I am very, very interested in UTA's AO BSN (pre-licensure) program. However, I have a few concerns. Here is my background for referecnce: 33 year old male (I live in NW Houston) I have a BBA in Business Administration (overall 3.31 gpa) from Sam Houston State University I've been a CNA for about 1 year (I changed careers in 2017), and I believe my hospital is a partner for the program. I am almost done with my pre-requisites (I have A's in Political Science, History, English, Psychology, Sociology (all of those general ed classes), A&P I and II, Microbiology, Nutrition) I still have a few more pre-requisites to take (Technical Communications, Math, Statistics, Chemistry) and this is the only Nursing program those classes are required for because my backup BSN programs don't require those classes. I just want to know before I spend thousands of dollars on those classes that I at least have a fighting chance at getting admitted to UTA's AO BSN program. I would hate to plunk down $5,000 and not get accepted. Please let me know what I can do to strengthen my application. Am i remotely competitive? I am stressed out trying to decide what to do. Thanks!
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    Online Prerequisite Suggestions?

    Definitely do Portage Learning. You can find all the answers to exams and labs on Course Hero
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    Portage Chemistry 121

    I took Essentials of Nutrition from Portage Learning and received an A(I finished the class in exactly 7 days). I also took A&P I. Every university I’ve contacted accepts the credits because Geneva College is regionally accredited. YMMV.
  8. Hi, Besides Portage Learning, I am looking for an online, regionally accredited college/university that has continuous enrollment (so I can start the class ASAP instead of waiting for Spring semester to start). I need to take a pharmacology class and a intro or general chemistry class.
  9. Thank you for all the replies and advice. Much appreciated.
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    Regis University ABSN Spring 2020

    Does Regis University give any preferential treatment to Colorado residents?
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    Portage Learning course transferability

    Denver College of Nursing does take transfer credits from Portage Learning. I just found out this morning from an Admissions person. Thank you for your help, AllNurses! I appreciate all of the replies/comments!
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    Portage Learning course transferability

    Hi, everyone, Tbis question is specific to colleges/universities (with nursing programs) in Colorado. Does anyone know if the A&P classes at Portage Learning transfer? They have an online/simulation lab component. I’ve researched academic transfer policies and can’t find anything about the labs having to be “hands-on.” Thank you
  13. Hi everyone, I'd like to give you all a background of myself - 32 year old male with a BBA in Business Administration (3.31 Overall GPA) - Currently working as a CNA (I also have QMAP certification) at a hospital in Denver - My wife is a BSN RN hospice nurse and we have a severely disabled toddler, both of which inspired me to become a nurse - My ultimate goal is to be an ER nurse, work with people who have addictions, or become a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner When I first started college about 12 years ago, I wanted to be a nurse but I was intimidated with taking so many pre-requisites and not knowing if I'd even be accepted into a program. Instead I earned a business degree. This past January I told myself that I need to follow my dream of becoming a nurse. I completed a CNA and QMAP program, and now I am trying to decide what path to take to become an nurse. My wife will be working full-time once I start a program and I have been blessed with an inheritance that will help us out with tuition and living expenses until I start working after I am done with school. It's a lot of money but not enough to pay for all of school and rent, etc. However, it will definitively help us tremendously. _ My first bachelor's degree was paid for WITHOUT student loans. I will need to take out federal student loans to help. Do I qualify for FAFSA loans even though I already have a 4 year degree (keep in mind I've never used federal aid)? - A concern of mine is that almost all of the accelerated BSN programs in Denver have different pre-requisites. Can anyone recommend a program that is not super, super competitive as far as admissions? I am an A/B+ student so I have excellent study habits and discipline, but I just want to make sure I get into a program. -I've been thinking of getting an LPN because it's admission process is not as competitive, and plus I'd get to work sooner. However, it doesn't seem like Denver has any LPN - RN programs. Also I do not want to work in Long-Term Care. I really, really want to work in a hospital setting. Is the LPN route recommended? It's very appealing to me, but I'm thinking I won't be fulfilled and/or it doesn't match my goals. -For my pre-requisites I have A's in the English, Statistics, all of the social/behavioral science, Nutrition classes, and I have a B in Anatomy & Physiology I. I'd appreciate any feedback regarding my chances of getting admitted right away, ideas on which program in Denver I should be working toward, advice on if I qualify for federal student loans, is LPN a route worth taking initially. Thanks so much!
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    No Experience CNA Pay in Denver

    Does anyone know which hospital/hospital system in Denver pays the most for new CNA’s? I work for Centura Health and the starting pay is $12.72/hr. Thank you!
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