University of Phoenix LPN-BSN - page 3
wanted to share... i just found out that uop has a lpn to bsn program in 5 states: phoenix, az tuscon, az sacramento, ca denver, co and one beginning in oklahoma! :w00t:... Read More
0Jul 15, '11 by PurplesandbeachQuote from zayleeIs that 3 years full time? Did you already have the pre-reqs and general ed credits? I need a program no longer than 2 years.Contact a UOP rep. Tuition is $10,000 per year. They'll set you up with a finacial officer for Pell grant, student loans... I think I payed $130 to start the process. No entrance exam but an interview with the vice president. Go for it. It's 3 yrs of intense work. Very stessful but we had a lot of fun too. The instructors were great.
0Jul 17, '11 by bloodlikefireok people here is the deal,
i am in my last 6 months of the lvn-bsn program at the modesto (ca) campus of university of phoenix (uopx). all pre-requisites must be 5 years or newer or your will be forced to retake them. you will be told that you will never need to buy a book in this school. that is a flat out lie.
i got most of my pre-req's to transfer and it still cost me a little over 35k for the 3-4 years of classes. classes meet once a week with clinical being 1-2 more days a week depending on instructor availability. the program here in cal is the newest (i think), and they are having a ton of issues with finding and keeping professors.
the school is currently switching new classes over to ati testing for exit exams. almost all clinical classes have a pass/fail test at the end of them.
be very careful and double check everything for yourself that the staff at a uopx school tells you, most of them are well-meaning but don't know jack. i truly cannot wait to finish school in dec and never have to see these people again.
0Jul 31, '12 by debadeehello I just wanted to find out how the nurses that graduate from University of Phoenix LPN to BSN program are regarded by employers? Is this a good program? thank you in advance.
0Jul 31, '12 by mrshoskinsQuote from debadeeWhen I called & inquired bout dis program, they told me its not Lpn to RN & dat it's RN to BSN even tho it says Lpn on adhello I just wanted to find out how the nurses that graduate from University of Phoenix LPN to BSN program are regarded by employers? Is this a good program? thank you in advance.
0Apr 19 by ruck1046were you allowed to do any of your pre-reqs online? I am applying to the UofP lpn to bsn in Tempe, AZ and they told me I have to do them on campus. All of them are available online! I live in CA and would rather not move to do a once a week class when I can do it online until I am in the nursing cohort.