i am really considering HSN (@ southpointe, since it's less of a drive and i like the neighborhood better!) and i was wondering if any of you current students/graduates from HSN (preferably southpointe) have any good AND/OR bad opinions of the program!
and is it alright if i finish as much of the support classes as i can even before submitting my admission to the school?
how are the faculty? the courses/clinicals? do you feel they really prepared you for the NCLEX and eventually as a highly competent RN? did they have any problem helping you with job placement?
oh and i would also like to know what two courses you guys took for the two required arts/humanities electives (CCC). because frankly, i don't know which class to take for these electives. i already took Art History 2030 in CCC and i wonder if that counts...
i'm so sorry for all the questions but i'm trying to research this school as best i can! any response is greatly appreciated (: