Common Questions About the BSN-ASD Program
How well do MSOE students do on the NCLEX exam?
Is there a deadline for applications?
What qualifications and pre-requisites do I need?
Do I need to have all the prerequisite courses completed before I apply?
May I take prerequisite courses at MSOE?
Can I receive credit for College Level Examination Program (CLEP) courses?
- Human Growth and Development for SS462: Developmental Psychology
- Psychology, Introductory for SS460: Foundations of Psychology
Is an interview required?
Is an accelerated-second degree BSN program right for me?
How long will it take to finish?
Will I be able to work while attending this program?
How many hours per week can I expect to be in class and clinical?
- 16-18 hours per week in class
- 12-15 hours per week in labs or clinical
- 2 to 3 hours per lecture hour per week on reading, studying, and course assignments
Are there other courses I may get credit for?
Possibly. In the BSN-ASD program students take a nursing evidence-based practice/research course and a healthcare economics course. If students had a prior research course, it can be evaluated for substitution for the nursing evidence-based practice course provided there is at least an 80% match. If student had an economics course and it is an equivalent course for micro or macroeconomics, this course can be substituted for the healthcare economics course. This can completed after you start the program.
What makes MSOE School of Nursing distinctive?
- State-of-the-art experiential simulation complex
- A critical care course taken by all students
- Opportunity for interprofessional education with students from the Medical College of WI
- Variety of clinical experiences that include maternal/newborn, medical/surgical, mental health, critical care (adult and neonatal), children’s hospital, community agencies, and school systems
- Capstone project that includes a one-on-one preceptorship with a professional nurse and a data-driven evidence-based leadership project