I would love to hear from anyone who has enrolled in or has graduated from the Granite State College or Southern New Hampshire University RN-BSN program. What has been/was your experience? How was the admissions process? For graduates, has the degree been well received by prospective employers or graduate schools? Any other comments?
I am very eager to receive some feedback. Thanks in advance!
Oct 1, '14
I am currently in the RN-BSN at SNHU and so far it has gone well. The classes are 6 credits each and they are a lot of work but doable .
They recently changed their prerequisite terms, if you need to take any prereqs they all have to be done before you can do the nursing classes. I should be done by next spring and that would be about a year and half I had like 5 or 6 prereqs . They are in their accreditation process and I think should receive that sometime in the next few months. The teachers are good and my advisor has been awesome. Overall a good experience good luck