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

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... Read More

  1. by   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.
  2. by   comfortrn
    I'm going to be starting Western Governors in a few months, the RN to BSN. It's all online, accredited, and price reasonable.
  3. by   MJB2010
    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.
  4. by   flymedicRN24
    WGU does not award a grade. Only pass/fail. Be careful if you plan to attend a graduate program.
  5. by   eturner7
    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.
  6. by   calinursestudent818
    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.
  7. by   flymedicRN24
    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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