I completed the RN to BSN program in spring 2017, and am finishing up the last part of my MSN which will be DONE by October. I took a very heavy course load during my BSN, worked full time, and handled a natural disaster including the evacuation of my entire facility not once but twice during the wine country fires last fall. I was enrolled in classes at that time, and since we were literally displaced and under fire in my area for 3 weeks, I couldn't finish that course. However, the entire faculty of the CON at UTA was instrumental in helping me roll back into that class during the next session and very supportive during the most difficult time of my life, both personally and professionally.
I have nothing but positive things to say about this University, EXCEPT, I completely agree with the opinion of the history classes. Do whatever it takes, but do NOT take history there. It was ridiculous. I even went to the History department with my paper that was marked incorrect; apparently their position is that that slavery did not impact the race relations in regard to the Civil War. I know I am from California, but COME ON!! Whatever, I took the C in that class. Still finished with honors and on the Deans list when I graduated.
Besides that though, I carried a FT course load for my undergrad, taking sometimes 12 units per semester. However, I wouldn't recommend doing that in grad school Those classes are intense and no joke. That being said, you will do great. Keep in touch with your academic coach, they are all very invested in your success and will do all they can to help you reach your goal.
Good luck to you and best wishes!