I am currently about to begin my 3rd semester of the BSN to DNP program at Loyola University New Orleans. It is a 3 yr program and we do have to go to the campus 1 week every year for skills/testing. So far it is stressful but ok. The instructors have been good about working with students. There have been a few kinks along the way but that will be anywhere you go.
can anyone recommend accredited online school for BSN to DNP programs.
Looking for time, cost, graduation rate, and quality of education and instructors
I'm currently in the acute care with cardiovascular track at University of South Alabama. I have seen a lot of pro and con reviews on the school, but I personally enjoy the program (for the most part, it IS after all schooling you know!). This is a school where you have to find your own preceptors, so that can be overwhleming for certain people depending on location. However, the graduation rate/exam passing rate for the acute care program was good (not sure on number, sorry), and the tuition rates were great. They allow you to do a part-time or full-time curriculum, as well as specialize in areas like cardiology, education, oncology.
Ultimately you need to do a lot of searching around and researching various schools to find what fits for you and your lifestyle. Good luck!
I'm currently at Washington State University and I have to sit in class to watch my instructors stream from another site. I'm paying $16k/semester and I've just started my second semester. I'm seriously considering switching to an online program since the quality of my instruction is pretty sub-par.
I'm curious about the 3 P's - ours are being taught with powerpoints and an instructor that spends 3 hours per week talking about her experiences in clinic. Then we're left to completely teach ourselves patho, pharm, and phys assessment.
Can anyone give an idea of how those 3 classes are taught in some of these online programs? IMO, those are classes in which powerpoints should be banned.