I am interested in this school, and was contacted but not so many people have gone through this school. I would like to know any info before I make my final decision. They are very convincing, CCNE accredited, checked it out myself, and also SACS. But everything just happened so fast, I'm not sure if it is a place of high quality education, because this is an investment. I do not want to regret it later on. They have decided to take on most of my ADN credits plus you're given 45 credits for your previous nursing degree.
I would appreciate any information. I am interested. No group projects, lots of paper writing ( which I expect because it's an online class, and also Bachelor level work), classes are 5 1/2 weeks long. I plan on taking 2 courses at a time. Based on how I do, I'll take 3 courses to finish by a year and a couple of months. There is a 6 credit course that you do in the end which involves research in the community, you can do it in your homestate which is 11 weeks long, which I'll take last, I may do it at a volunteering center.
Classes are $280/credit. Here in NY some of the schools
that I've been looking into to finish my Bachelor's are $700+/credit LIU and Adelphi. Also I may have to do them in 2 or 2 1/2 years, leaving me $ 40,000 in debt.
Is South University a reputable nursing school
. They also have campus program BS in Florida. But I a a bit skeptical about the school because of the fast turnover of the application process, or is this expected because it's an online program.