Nursing Program @Grand Canyon University - page 13
Anyone know if the GCU nursing program is ok? Good teachers? Accredited? I know it's expensive and they were financially strapped as of Jan '04, but supposedly that's behind them.... Read More
1Oct 16, '09 by ougreeneHi,
I am into my 4th class in the on line BSN @GCU. Basically it is a fast track program, classes lasting 5 week long (short). Intense - yes, easy @ time -yes. I work full time, have kids and husband and laundry and dishes and 1 dog and 2 cats and soo far I am makin it with wonderful grades. I will finish with my BSN Sep. 2010, started May 09....
Great school, just you need to be on your toes and computer savy.
0Jun 12, '11 by melindaimmI am thinking about applying for the pre-nursing program at GCU however, where can i find the deadline to apply and what they require for GPA? Im from Oregon and have over 120 credits-- however mainly business courses because im changing majors. My only concern as of now is my GPA being too low and I wont be accepted to any schools. Money isnt much of an issue, i just want to do the fast tract they have (2 yr program) and not be on a waiting list. Also, i will be a CNA in July.
1Oct 4, '11 by DANIKABAYCardiac- I went to University of Arizona and have worked with GCU graduates. Honestly, they are just as good as any other RN I know. I don't consider GCU a "diploma mill" either. Do you know that ASU and U of A both have online degrees? You keep implying that online Universities are "diploma mills." There is a demand for online classes due to the amount of people who need to work and go to school. I personally see nothing wrong with it.
0Sep 12, '12 by jnsponsI am interested in the BSN program at GCU in Tucson, but I can't find a list of the prerequisites for transfer anywhere! Can someone help?