I've been researching United States University for the RN-BSN and I like it because it is a brick and mortar school that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. I don't do so well with online classes so this school really meets my needs. Plus I would hate to have to take Statistics! LOL U.S. University doesn't require a stats course.
It cost $250/unit and I can afford to pay for that. (I'm comparing it to NU and UoP so this is way cheaper) Classes are every 8 weeks and I can start at anytime. Also, they are WASC accredited so the classes I take can transfer anywhere.
I just had my transcripts evaluated for the RN-BSN program at no cost and was really pleased to see that they accepted all my credits for the lower division courses. They require that you take the four nursing pre-requisites (12 units) the nursing core courses (30 units) and the required program electives (9 units) then lastly, do a portfolio (1 unit)
For me, I really want a brick and mortar school. It's easier for me to learn that way. The University has been around since 1998 but they started their nursing program
two years ago. The admissions counselor said they are moving to Chula Vista to a brand new building in May.
They have an ELMSN program too and that costs more than the RN-BSN.
Anyone attending U.S. University and can relate their experience?