Bauder College Pleasant Surprise - page 36
So i had a VERY NEGATIVE initial contact with this college. through just ONE conversation its apparent that this school is a for-profit. After calling the school i was transferred to them Atlanta campus...The guy answered the... Read More
- 1Dec 1, '12 by britishnomoreHello,
Please please do research before posting on these threads. It is IMPOSSIBLE for a school apply for NLNAC accreditation until they have had a Graduating class. If the first class passes with about 90% then we will be able to start applying. Even after that, it will still take two years of passing scores before we can be approved. As far as the BON goes, we will have two years to earn our accreditation status, which takes an 80% passing rate. Not calling anyone out, just trying to make sure the school is misrepresented.
As someone in the program I did a ton of research. First of all the school is regionally accredited so under Georgia education laws, all of our credits would transfer, so any prerequisites will transfer. Second at any school once your nursing classes start, they won't transfer any other program.
Third, every student from our program has a job offer if they pass, which remains to be seen. Positive news is the LPN just for full BON accreditation with a 100% pass rate.
Lastly, I have checked of four state schools that will all accept Bauder as your rn-BSN bridge assuming you pass.
This school is a good school. It's a new program, but growing. If this class passes, the will be even more competition for this program.
Thank you for reading, I hope this have a little big of insight. Please don't be upset for me defending my school so vehemently but I am so very proud to be going there and I see everyday how hard the students and the faculty work. I hope this can be understood.7
- 2Dec 3, '12 by britishnomoreQuote from spicernThe program is good and from what I hear getting better and better. They have worked out the classes so that you have them in the right order with the right number days of class. For example, this past semester in patho we only had one day of class a week. To really understand that material, we needed two days. So the staff listened to their students and from now on, patho will be two days a week. Microbiology will also now be all on class, where it used to be online.Well thanks you for providing more information; however, I want to know how the program is going for you so far? How are the professors? Tell me more!! Thanks
The professors are very responsible and wonderful. I've had Dr.O and I can say I learned a bunch from his classes. The general education teachers are alright, but I've only had two of those classes.
This upcoming semester I don't know about, as it starts Wed. We have class everyday so I'm sure it will be very challenging. For me the program has been great. I've made good grades, have lots of friends and study partners, and am learning all the time. I'm very glad I went with Bauder so far, especially as it seems to be harder to get into now every new class
- 0Dec 4, '12 by britishnomoreQuote from L-U-V NURSEI don't know if you are replying to me or someone else on this thread. Either way I do not have a study test for you, sorry the best advice I can give is get a good nights rest before. It's more of a intelligence text than testing over certain material.can you email it to me too study test. firstname.lastname@example.org and what do they do at the information session.
I'm in the RN program by the way. You should go for it! I haven't had any regrets.
- 0Dec 6, '12 by britishnomoreQuote from L-U-V NURSENo not if you need to take the nursing prerequisites. The first two semesters are relatively less class time then this semester. The first semester of fundamentals and pharmacology (3 semester in the program plan) is 5 days a week of school. Right now I'm still working but we will see how long that works.Thanks for the reply!! Can you answer a few more questions will i need to quit my job right away??? I am gonna try do you know if there is a waiting list for February 2013
Last time I heard anything, there was a waiting list through the June semester, but since they have been letting in More students, I'm not sure if thats still true.