Classes are scheduled M-F 5:30 -10:10p.m for classes worth 5 credits. 3 credit classes have just been adjusted to 5:30-8:30p.m. You only attend classes 4 days of the week starting out and it could be on any day within the week (M-F). Once you get into your clinicals, if you are a night student, your classes are on Saturdays (7-7p.m.)
I know!! But it really is very educational and I feel it is beneficial to applying everything that you have learned. I only have 2 classes a week along with the Saturday clinical, so it gives me time to prepare and do some extra studying. The majority of students (me included) receive financial aid, grants, and also have to apply for Stafford loans. Along with all of that, there is money paid out of pocket depending on how much you receive in grants and financial aid. It is very expensive! A suggestion would be to not buy their books and possibly renting them through Chegg.com. I feel that they overcharge for the books which makes the out of pocket money required to increase. Some books, of course should be purchased to keep and use as a reference later, but the others are extremely abnormally expensive! Tuition alone is 4875.00
. Books, ATI fees, Clinical rotation fees, etc., are not included in that price. I would have to reiterate that it isn't a horribly bad school. Its a new school and I'm sure that the other well known Nursing schools had alot of the same growing pains at some point before obtaining their accreditation. So I think that it will be ok in the end.
MedTech is accredited through the Indiana Board of Nursing along with IvyTech, Marian, U of I, etc. You can check the website at in.gov
Yes, Indiana Weslyan accepts their credit as well as a few other schools if you want to transition from ASN to BSN. I could double check for you.
Let me know if you need anything else. I would be more than willing to honestly answer any and all questions that you may have. I was most definitely in your shoes a year ago and would have welcomed any and all information before attending MedTech.