I just read some of these previous comments.. A little late, but I attend Globe University. I was really hesitant about attending this school due to the fact that they didn't have the best reputation in the past, but I'm already 5 months into there program and let me tell you these educators are amazing. They really have surprised me with how much time that they have put into giving us a well rounded education. They really have gone above and beyond for us so far. I'm not sure about all the other programs within the school and if they're "valuable" for other careers, but from someone who currently is in the BSN program at Globe.I enjoy the smaller class sizes which has allowed us to become so much closer with our Cohort and staff. I won't lie the program is expensive, but comparing to most of the nursing programs
in MN.. I would say most are going to be overpriced no matter where you go. They just redid the inside of the school too and it looks really nice. The program is a little faster because we go by quarters instead of semesters. It's a little more intense since quarters are shorter than semesters, but instead of doing your BSN for the full four years you finish in about two in a half to three years. If you plan on transferring to Globe just go get some of those general ed classes out of the way before you apply so you can save some money! I did 2 in a half years at Normandale, but sadly had been wait listed by other schools
, so I've saved myself some time and money by starting there. Lastly, one thing I really am enjoying right now is our pharmacology class is being taught by a Doctor and he's so great at teaching! Best of luck to all!