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Thanks so much.
is a MSN and specializes in Family Nurse Practitioner.
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I'm all about doing it as quickly as possibly also. Look at the school's websites to see what their pre-reqs are like and help with your decision. Good luck.
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Depends on where you are, of course. If you're willing to go out of state, I know that University of Louisiana lets you start nursing classes in your first semester (also happens to be cheap no matter who you are) and is a very good school.
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University of Louisiana? There's no such school...it's what Tulane was called a long time ago. There's LSU, and there's a UL-Lafayette, UL-Monroe, Southeastern, Nicholls State, and a few others that are in the "University of Louisiana system" but there is no school that's just called U of Louisiana. And so far as I know, they all offer either 4-year or accelerated BSN programs. If there are less prereqs, like at LSU, you have a longer nursing program.
I meant University of Louisiana-Lafayette. Sorry. I know there's no such school. And the program is a four-year RN program where you start your classes in your freshman year. http://www.nursing.louisiana.edu/baccalaureate/Bachelor%20of%20Science%20in%20Nursing%20Course%20Guide.pdf is the course guide.