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This is a discussion on Is Creighton's Accelerated BSN Worth the $$? in Nebraska State Nursing Programs, part of Nebraska Nursing ... Is anyone that is reading this post familiar with Creighton University's Accelerated BSN program?...by madden52 Aug 31, '09Is anyone that is reading this post familiar with Creighton University's Accelerated BSN program? What is like (lab equipment-ie teaching dummies, lecturers, clinicals, etc.) and is it really worth the $40,000? thanks for the info!
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- Aug 31, '09 by PostOpPrincessThat's how much nurse anesthesia will cost me. IMHO, no that is WAYYYYY too much $$$$.
- Aug 31, '09 by rn2bnwiMOst accelerated programs are around that...
- Sep 23, '09 by dseem13I just graduated in August from this program. Yes, it is a lot of money. I'm not sure how other accelerated programs compare - you might want to check that out. Creighton has a wonderful reputation in the Omaha area for producing excellent nurses. In fact, managers have told us they hire Creighton grads (especially accelerated) before grads from their affiliated schools (ie UNMC & Methodist prefer Creighton grades over UNO & Methodist college). I'm not sure what your location is, but I know even in other cities Creighton has a name for itself. A couple girls from my class are going to Chicago & the hospitals there loved Creighton grads. I know even with the economy in the current state, many of my classmates have found not only jobs, but jobs they really like. Creighton also offers a "scholarship program" in which you would apply to. The hospital would pay for your tuition (75% if you work there 3 years, 100% if you work there 4 years). You could look into the details of that if you would be interested. If you have any questions feel free to send me a pm! Good luck deciding what works best for you!
- May 4, '10 by Lauren4268It's actually cheaper than alot of other private accelerated programs....Duke is over 60k as is OCU's