Any LPN-BSN University of Phoenix students out there?
- 0Nov 9, '10 by AZMOMO2I am staring this program in December and wondered if anyone had any advise, tips or experiences they wanted to share?
- 0Nov 10, '10 by AZMOMO2They accepted all my credits that were a B and above. The program takes about as long as it takes to finish all the co-reqs required. You take 1 class every 5 weeks. You can't start the core nursing classes until you have all of the coreqs completed. Because I have about 9 co reqs to take I won't even start the core nursing classes until spring of 2011. Then its about 12 to 18 months.
I have to take:
Gen200 ( which is UoP required class)
Ethics in Management
and I have to retake A&P 1 because I only got a C (79) in in because I was rushing and took it at Rio.
They also require alot more classes so in general ed I had 23-26 credit transfer over already in additon to the classes I still need.
- 0Nov 13, '10 by tferdaiseI just graduated from the program (I passed my NCLEX), I was in the 5th class, so I was part of the experiement, we had problems. But form what I have read the new version of the program v3, all of our problems have been taken care of. I have a co-work who is taking his pre-reqs and starts in Dec I think. Good luck, its a long program, and yes i wanted to quite a couple of time.
Ok now advice, get to know PowerPoint and Word. Find a APA program, I used eazypaper http://www.eazypaper.com , but there are others (these programs will help you with the APA format.) Your non clinical class's you will have to do a PowerPoint presentation (sometime as a group and as a individulal) you will have papers that are due too. Your first couple of class's these papers and powerpoints will seem hard, but after 10 or so, they are easy. Don't get over whelmed by looking ahead at your next class, just keep focued on your current class. Also, plan a potluck for your final each class (this helps with all the work you have put in.) Plan about 15-20 hrs a week between studing (4-6 chapters a week) plus whatever papers you have to do. Life has stopped for you, sorry to tell you, there is LOTS of information given to you in a short amount of time. But let me tell you, once you are done its all worth it, and graduation was awesome, such a feeling to know that all of the hard work you did was for something... If I can answer any more questions just let me know.
Quote from AZMOMO2I am staring this program in December and wondered if anyone had any advise, tips or experiences they wanted to share?
- 0Nov 14, '10 by tferdaiseYou want need any book, they are on line, you will get charge for them if you use them or not. I also know that some of the books I did buy, want be used in the new program. If you have any questions just ask away.... Good luck with it!
Quote from AZMOMO2Thank you so much! Congrats on graduation! & the NCLEX!! I will totally be checking in and asking questions as much as possible... So any books you want to part with?
- 0Nov 15, '10 by tferdaiseFirst off sorry for my gramer last night man was I tired. Regarding books, yes its a $75 fee for them, they are on line and you can access them anytime night and day. You will have to buy 2-3 books for your clinical class's other then that, everything is on line. Now something that was never explained to me until my last class was, once you graduate you still have access to those books for ever. Just have to log into your student web page at least once every other month to keep your access open.
In your "account" link you will see $xxxx for class, then something like eresource fee $75 (that is the charge for your book)
When do you start Gen 200?
Quote from AZMOMO2So are the book prices mixed in with the class costs?