Quote from AshuM.
Anyone in the flex practical nursing at centennial college or already graduated? advise on the program, professors any input will be appreciated.
I'm actually in the program, the good thing is that you only take around 3-4 courses per semester, the downside however is that you pay the full semester amount every semester. If I add up my first year tuition, it's around 3 semester x ~$2000=$6000! More expensive than University RN program if you look at it that way. Also, you take the same amount of courses in the end compared to the full-time students in which I'm guessing the pay around $3800-4000. Is it worth it? I guess it depends on you. I work full-time and go to school at the same time, so I needed the days off during the week. A lot of students failed Patho with a 3 course-load semester, so they might do a lot worse in a 5-6 course-load semester setting.
Prof-wise, I would say most of them are really good at what they teach. My anatomy teacher was pretty awesome, but then apparently a lot of students failed in the other anatomy class because the teacher was pretty bad.
Hope this give you some idea.