I work 3 12's a week night shift. I think this was the best way for me to do my schooling. Classes move fast in the undergrad (BSN) classes they are 5 weeks long and an assignment is due weekly. It could be a personal paper or a team project. Primarily the assignments are due on Monday @ MN phoenix time- but of course it depends on the facilitator/instuctor.
Some times I took 2-3 weeks off between classes. But school is just a laptop away and can be done at anytime. I got used to it after 2 classes- so if you do persue it do not get frustrated. Coucelors are wonderful assisntance. I loved my experineces, even though some of my teams were laxed with their part, and highly recommend it. I did not have to drive anywhere, except for the clinical part which was not terrible at all. For family health, you have to have a family visit(home health type) who needs some assistance or teaching - I had a freind who had a motor vechilce accidnet and needed some assistance. For the community part, I did a teaching project for my daughters home ec class on handwashing during flu season.
For the leader and management clinical hours I followed my manager around and a vice prez of my institution to shadow them.
Nurses are great resourceful people who can help you get through the process. Classes vary 15-20 students and they are from all over the states and sometimes the globe.
Good luck- you will not be sorry if you go this route!