I'm currently in nursing school
at an ADN program to be able to take my nclex. At the time of enrolling to the school I was happy with my decision but lately me and my classmates have been finding out horrible stories about the school. In the first week alone my instructors have been fired because he voiced his opinion on bad things the school was doing. Teaching Microbiology and Anatomy and Physiology the first term for 11 weeks each. Our teacher didn't agree with it. Now we find out that our classes won't be able to transfer so if we get out ADN we are pretty much stuck and have to start over to get our bsn.
Also is it true that you will require a bsn now to even work in a hospital setting?
All this information gots me scared and I really need a decision by today. I don't want to get stuck with a 59,000 dollar fee, for a degree that is worth poo.
Please any input.
This is more stressful because I have a daughter and father to take care off and this seemed so perfect