I would love to hear from recent graduates who finished their BScN degrees through bridging programs in Ontario. I have reviewed many bridging programs and am so appalled at the content and length. Every single bridging program has different content and varies from 6 -8 semesters in length. So many of the course descriptions seem identical to courses I took at the Georgian College RPN program. It looks like the education is based on the certificate level RPN education that was previously required before rules have changed in Ontario. I'm so frustrated by this. I have spoken to several graduates from Nipissing, OUIT, Ryerson and Trent and the feedback is the same, a considerable portion of the program is a duplication of their RPN education, programs were labeled as "cash grabs" and should have been shorter. I'm just curious how other people feel. I have written the RPNAO with my complaint, and they are aware of this feedback and agreed that change is due. Because of my career aspirations I have no choice but I hate the idea of spending a fortune on duplicated education. Please let me know your thoughts on bridging programs you took.