it's good to start with transitions into nursing since that's a prereq for all the nursing classes. Also, you can take cultural diversity. Both are good to take together. It can be time consuming but its doable. I'll be finishing up those classes here in the next 2 weeks.
Hey eheise73! yay we'll be starting together:) I'll be taking 2 classes. NUR351 and SOCS 350N (cultural diversity...). My counselor said most students start with both those classes. Do you have to take any History or humanities electives?
Honestly, it took forever to pick which online school I wanted to attend for my BSN degree. I was weighing every possible option. But eventually I chose Chamberlain because I've heard great reviews from friends and from people on AllNurses. Also, I like how I'll have my BSN by July 2015. And it won't be difficult to transfer credits later on if I decide to go for NP later in the future. I was also looking at WGU also and I decided it wasn't for me. Are you still deciding on Chamberlain?
Does baptist hire new grad RN's? I just passed my NCLEX on Feb 14th and am starting to look for jobs. Baptist is the only one I saw that doesn't have a RN residency program (unless I'm wrong) and was wondering if they hire new grads. Thanks in advance.
The only thing I found out is that they usually start programs in Jan and July. I know Methodist will start accepting applications in May for their July program. I didn't find anything else on the other hospitals.