Best/Worst Online Schools? Opinions PLEASE!! - page 2

by BuckyBadgerRN

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So I'm starting to seriously consider moving my ADN degree to a BSN. Online is the best option for me and my oh my, the choices seem limitless! I have a couple of friends doing Phoenix, but I've also heard to avoid those... Read More


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    Its just nerve wracking to pick a school! I looked at TU Arlington and Ohio U is cheaper, but it always sounds like people have trouble with the processing of their apps, TU is cheap, but there are cheaper. Anyone have any thoughts of Jacksonville Univ? Its expensive -$438/cresit, but I can start in March. Any one know of any state schools that are quick or soon starting? I have to start ASAP
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    How long is the program. Do they many credit as the Big 3 schools?
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    To rniam143,How long is the American Sentinel program, how is the work and do they accept a lot of transfer credits as the Big 3?
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    I recommend Western Governors University. It is a different study structure, but it is CCNE accredited. I was able to complete RN-BSN way fast.
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    I'm going to be starting Western Governors in a few months, the RN to BSN. It's all online, accredited, and price reasonable.
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    How quick did you complete it? It is like 4K per term right?

    Quote from fallinnstyle
    I recommend Western Governors University. It is a different study structure, but it is CCNE accredited. I was able to complete RN-BSN way fast.
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    WGU does not award a grade. Only pass/fail. Be careful if you plan to attend a graduate program.
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    Quote from flymedicRN24
    WGU does not award a grade. Only pass/fail. Be careful if you plan to attend a graduate program.
    WGU has a competency based model and does award grades in the traditional sense. Once you prove you're a competent in a course you move on. You do receive grades everyone gets a B or a 3.0. This could be an issue if you want to move to a competitive graduate program.
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    Check out WGU & if you want to get your masters you can get it through WGU too & University of phoenix has masters programs also that take WGU credits.
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    Yeah, not too good for a CRNA program. Otherwise it would be great. I would not say they are a bad school at all. The 3.0 in all my classes would bring my grade point average down significantly. That is if I were able to get "A's". A person would just need to look at their goals.


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