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South University BSN in VA

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Hello is there anyone out there whose attended or attending South University for the nursing program at Va beach? If so, how was the program like? What was the cost? Was it easy finding a job once you've graduated?

Thanks in advance! :)

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tuition for the bachelor of Science in

nursing degree program (professional level)

is $7,720 per quarter for 10-18 credit hours.

Students at this level must be enrolled full

time. For students returning from academic

suspension who must enroll part-time before

returning to full-time status, tuition rates

are as follows: $6,175 per quarter for 5-9

credit hours, and $3,190 per quarter for 1-4

credit hours. There is a $500 nonrefundable

acceptance fee which is applied to tuition

for the first quarter upon enrollment.

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procedure for Admission to bachelor of

Science in nursing degree program

At the time of application for the BSN degree

program, the student must have submitted

a complete application for admission and

the application fee. In addition, the student

must have:

• Completed 90 quarter hours (QH)

of science and general education

courses as required for admission to

BSN degree program with a grade

of C or better. Science courses are

not accepted for transfer if they are

older than 7 years at the time of

application to South University.

• Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better on a 4.0

scale in the nursing pre-requisite courses

• GPA of 2.5 or better in the following

science courses or course sequences:

Anatomy and Physiology; Microbiology;

Chemistry; Human Pathophysiology

• Entrance test results

• Completion of the forms required

for Application for Admission to

the BSN degree program

• Transcripts of all collegiate work including

courses taken at South University

• Meet the Core Performance

Standards and essential functions

related to the profession of nursing

as described in this catalog

Provisional admission may be granted if the

student is completing prequisites in the term

before matriculation into the nursing program.

On the day of matriculation to the nursing

major all general education courses required

for admission to the BSN program must be

completed with a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Failure

to meet requirements of provisional admission

results in dismissal from the nursing program.

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The nursing program, which is taught over seven quarters. The program allows highly motivated full-time students to complete the program of study in nursing in a concentrated period of time. There is currently 192 Credits in the BSN program.

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I was looking into it but it is more money than MCI.

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Thanks so much! I thought no one would respond. But I did hear also that it is expensive but they get u out sooner...

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Doesn't hurt to go tour the school and see! A friend did, said it is over $80,000 to get the BSN.

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Oh no I couldn't afford that even with financial aid included! But thanks though!

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