Anyone out there a student or recent graduate of Thomas Jefferson's BSN or Accelerated Pathway BSN/MSN program? Do you like the program? Do you feel it's worth the tuition? (One of my other choices for a school is my much cheaper community college, but then I'd have an RN and not my BSN when done.) Do you have a spare moment of time for yourself?
I'm mainly interested in the 2-year program and not FACT. I already have a bachelor's degree, but like the option of taking 2 years to do the BSN, instead of the hyperspeed FACT.
Any and all experiences, positive and negative, would be of interest.
Jan 13, '08
My undergraduate class is the largest class, thus far. We had 121 students and we all had our lecture classes together. For the spring semester, they are splitting the class. So, this time around, I will have about 55 students in my lecture classes.
The one graduate level course I took this past Fall had about 40 students in the classroom.
For clinicals, there were eight students assigned to each clinical rotation.
Best wishes with your application!
Last edit by Dreamer-RN on Jan 13, '08
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Jan 21, '08
Last edit by hiddencatRN on Jan 21, '08