by sweetie23 Oct 17, '11 | 2,222 Views | 3 Comments
I just got accepted to the BSN program and will start in Spring 2012. Can someone tell me how are the classes? the professors? the students? and how are the college life there because I am planning to live on campus?
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I would strongly encourage you to speak to a recruiter at Methodist College in order to receive up-to-date information as well as program and amenity options. Methodist College's second degree program is an accelerated program that can be completed in 5 semesters and classes are attended on Tuesday and Thursday evenings as well as Saturday and Sundays. Please contact our recruiter at (309) 672-5513 or firstname.lastname@example.org in order to schedule a visit and meet with current students. You can also coordinate a visit with a faculty member as well as an alumni to determine if the program may be a good fit for you or if you might benefit from our Pre-Licensure track to your BSN.
Methodist College is the oldest nursing program in the Peoria area. Affiliated with UnityPoint Health, our diploma program was established in 1900 and it transitioned to a bachelor's degree program in 2000. Methodist College focuses strictly on nursing and health sciences programs which create a learning environment with like-minded, goal-oriented students.
Methodist College is a traditional higher learning institution, pairing general education courses along with the nursing/health sciences curriculum in order to expose students to their major sooner and incorporate nursing and health science concepts into the curriculum for a seamless experience. Methodist College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).