Hi SentinelTruth, ADN, RN!
First, let me tell you that I'm the RN-to-BSN program director at Aspen University, but there's a really good reason why I work there. I was in a similar position with my MSN - my son was born when I was about half-way into it. I chose to switch my focus and slow down. Aspen let me do that. Classes start every 2 weeks and are 8 weeks in length. So, I could take one class, then take a couple weeks off or a month before starting another one. In the past I have been a student at and worked at several online universities, and I have been consistently happy here at Aspen. I love the interaction I, as the program director, get with my students. We work hard to ensure the program is do-able for any college-worthy student (which let's face it, means all nurses) with a family, FT job, etc, while still maintaining the rigor required of a CCNE accredited program. Feel free to email me if you have questions - firstname.lastname@example.org