Frequently Asked Questions
What is the cost of the program?
Tuition and fees for the RN to BS in Nursing program are based upon the number of hours that are taken. Non-resident students whose courses are 100% online are eligible to have out-of-state fees waived. Please visit Southeastern's Web site that covers tuition and fees.
Are third-party financial awards available?
The Southeastern School of Nursing does accept payment from employers for tuition and fees. Applicants may want to check with their employers because many agencies offer tuition reimbursement programs.
Is online learning for me?
Learning online is a different experience than learning in a classroom environment. It requires considerable discipline, visit the "Student Online Readiness Tool" (SORT) on the state CALL Web site http://www.yourCALLla.org/. This will help you determine for yourself if online learning fits your style and personality.
Is my computer ready for an online class?
Visit the CALL Web site http://www.yourCALLla.org and click on SORT and "Access to Tools" to see if you have what equipment is recommended to take online courses.
What previous credit can be transferred?
Registered nursing students may receive up to 30 nursing credit hours to meet the requirements for a baccalaureate degree. A maximum of 30 nursing credit hours may be awarded by transfer credit, "transfer block credit" or prior learning assessments (PLA). Most equivalent general education courses will transfer. For more specific information, refer to the transfer section of the university catalog. The maximum number of hours transferable from a junior college for degree credit is 68.