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    UALR Nursing 2021

    Just got my acceptance email. Be on the lookout if you haven't already!
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    UALR Nursing 2021

    I believe they usually go out around Spring break, there will be more than one round of acceptance emails.
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    UALR Nursing 2021

    At UALR the Student to RN is 24 months, they have an accelerated option that is 18 months that will be offered after the first semester. UALR is Student to RN (AAS) plus another 12-18 months for BSN so for the BSN from UALR it would be anywhere from 2.5 years to 3.5 years. UAMS is simply 2 years for your BSN. UALR's accelerated program is not longer classes or days, you just go the second Summer when traditional students do not. However, if you are already an LPN or Paramedic you can finish in 12 months. Hope this helps! At UALR the Student to RN is 24 months, they have an accelerated option that is 18 months that will be offered after the first semester. UALR is Student to RN (AAS) plus another 12-18 months for BSN so for the BSN from UALR it would be anywhere from 2.5 years to 3.5 years. UAMS is simply 2 years for your BSN. UALR's accelerated program is not longer classes or days, you just go the second Summer when traditional students do not. However, if you are already an LPN or Paramedic you can finish in 12 months. Hope this helps!
  4. Anna0706

    UALR Nursing 2021

    At UALR the Student to RN is 24 months, they have an accelerated option that is 18 months that will be offered after the first semester. UALR is Student to RN (AAS) plus another 12-18 months for BSN so for the BSN from UALR it would be anywhere from 2.5 years to 3.5 years. UAMS is simply 2 years for your BSN. UALR's accelerated program is not longer classes or days, you just go the second Summer when traditional students do not. However, if you are already an LPN or Paramedic you can finish in 12 months. Hope this helps!