Hi, I will be relocating to Charleston before fall and I needed help on finding a traditional BSN program at a good school. Any help would be appreciated so I can start applying. I also wanted to know what the new grad situation is like? I'm coming from NJ and the hospitals here are not even looking at new grads. Thanks.
Jun 27, '10
I live in Charleston, SC and Im considering nursing again myself, but know I will have to move in order to find a good program at a public university. The ONLY traditional BSN program in Charleston is at Charleston Southern University, but it is pricey as it is a private school. I havent heard anyone complain about not being able to find a job, but you should browse the SC Nursing boards and ask questions. Good luck. The other great traditional nursing programs are at Lander University in Greenwood, SC and Clemson University, Clemson SC. There are other traditional nursing programs, but they arent as good as the two I just mentioned. A DNP nurse told me that USC Upstate has a decent program.