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Starting RN-BSN program on October 27th

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anyone else with me?

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Hi isharRN,

What made you choose this program?

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Hi isharRN! I'm startin Chamberlain on October 27th as well. I'm starting with NUR 351 Trans to Nurs Profession. I wanted to take 2 classes but my advisor talked me out of it. How many classes are you taking?

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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?

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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?

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Hi Eheise,

Please note that NUR 351 is the easiest class you will take. I feel like you can easily pair it with another course. I took NUR 351 and SocS 350N together as well isharRN. Also, during preview week you can look at both syllabuses and make the decision to drop the other course. I work full time (not in the nursing field yet) and have been taking two classes each 8 week period. Taking seven credits currently. Hope to be done by March! Let me know if you have any questions.

Best wishes!

Kasia

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TitleTownRN is a MSN, APRN and specializes in Internal Medicine.

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I will be starting on October 27th with NUR351 and SOCS 350N.

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Hi Eheise,

Please note that NUR 351 is the easiest class you will take. I feel like you can easily pair it with another course. I took NUR 351 and SocS 350N together as well isharRN. Also, during preview week you can look at both syllabuses and make the decision to drop the other course. I work full time (not in the nursing field yet) and have been taking two classes each 8 week period. Taking seven credits currently. Hope to be done by March! Let me know if you have any questions.

Best wishes!

Kasia

Thanks @Kasia BMCC Grad! You're almost done! I will definitely go to you about questions:)

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I start Oct 27 as well with Transitions ... I too tried to take another course but my advisor said because 351 was a pre-req for the others it wasn't possible :(

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Hi guys! I'm sorry I'm responding so late. I just saw all of your posts. I'm only taking NUR 351 Transitions. My advisor totally talked me out of taking two classes this session. I wish I wouldn't have listened. This seems like it would have been the easiest semester to juggle two classes. @ jsr210 - I know a lot of people take 350N Cultural Diversity along with Transitions. I think you need Transition as a pre-req for all of the nursing classes but for the other electives it's not needed as a pre-req. My professors name is Andrews. Is anyone in my class with me?

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Hi trying to decide now about this school VS WGU. Do you have to take a college level math class? I have a huge, huge problem with the math. Thanks for any input!!!

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Pixie.RN has 12 years experience as a MSN, RN, EMT-P and specializes in EMS, ED, Trauma, CNE, CEN, CPEN, TCRN.

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Hi trying to decide now about this school VS WGU. Do you have to take a college level math class? I have a huge, huge problem with the math. Thanks for any input!!!

Yes, math is required, as is statistics.

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