I don't mean to rain on your parade, but you're in for a real shocker at DMC. I graduated from their Miami campus a few months ago (taking my NCLEX next week), and I can tell you they lied to us from day one. As of now, the school is not accredited. This means you will not be able to transfer your credits to another institution toward a BSN or MSN if the school is not accredited by the time you graduate. If the school receives accreditation AFTER you graduate, you are not grandfathered in. Soooo after 60K, I am now left with a degree I can sit for the NCLEX with, but not transfer to a traditional University/College for the completion of my BSN. The school will receive accreditation once a certain percentage of their graduated pass the NCLEX. I'm not sure what that percentage is, but follow this link and you can see what the school's pass rates are: Education Information - Florida Board of Nursing - Education Information
not good. In addition to that, you will have clinicals at any time of the day, regardless of your class hours, you will not know your clinical schedules until the last minute, half your teachers won't speak English (at the Miami campus-not sure what the rest of them are like), and you will have to do a LOT of studying on your own, as the classes are very condensed. I had a handful of great teachers, but many of them didn't teach us squat! You will mostly be taught by looking at PowerPoint presentations. Again, I don't want to burst your bubble, but just want to let you know exactly what you're getting into. I wish someone had warned me about DMC. Some students withdrew, went to Florida National College, paid less and were happier with that experience. I didn't go there myself, so I can't give you any information on that. So they only require a 60 on the TEAS now? When I started, they required a 75 for the RN program and a 70 for the LPN program. Why LOWER requirements, especially on a test that's so ridiculously easy? That's insane. Well, that's my 2 cents. Good luck.