Sorry Missy, but your's is a very concentrated opinion of Regeant's nurses' skill, effectiveness and understanding.
For the most part, most of those nurses enrolled or graduated from Regent's MUST be licensed nurses. In fact, most in their program are advancing their education to BSN and to graduate level, since they must already be registered nurses in good standing. That is, the have graduated from NLN schools, are licensed as registered nurses, and have in most cases, many years of direct clinical experience.
Some exceptions--LPNs-but they must advance to Associate's degree and take NCLEX-RN prior to moving into the BSN program.
If you go to their very comprehensive web site, you clearly see the stipulations. Many graduates of their program have move on to other graduate programs and many highly respected universities and well as some IVY League schools.
I am not sure what kind of nursing programs
that "your Regent's grads" graduated from prior to moving into the Regent's program in Albany, NY, but perhaps those are the programs whose clinical education you should be questioning. Obviously you DO NOT understand how the program works. Until you do, you would be wise to be quiet.