Quote from JaxiaKiley
lostdruid -- So would he suggest the program? Does he feel he is getting adequate education, or is it *too* easy?
Here's what he says:
Given the way they have the clinicals set up and the fact that some of the classes are set up such that you have to take a test on ONE specific day, I would look elsewhere first. Also, their program director and clinical contact person are difficult to get ahold of if you have questions, since they only work like two days a week. They aren't bad, but I would consider other programs.
The deal with the clinical is that you have to work 120 hours with a BSN level nurse. This has to take place within one semester, it cannot be in your unit, and you cannot be paid for it. Also, they do not recommend following a CRNA (don't know about NP's yet though), so if you are planning on CRNA school, the clinical probably won't be very useful.
End quote, hope this helps. When asked "Is your BSN program too easy?" he replied by saying "I haven't learned too much from it".