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Hello! I know they have 8 week sessions. Is a paper required every week? How about the postings? Did you find it doable with work...I work full time M-F and am just looking for answers from people who are going or gone through it. Thanks
I start my first class in the MSN Leadership Track on Oct 31st. So far, dealing with the school has been great, but we will see how this first semester goes. I'm not sure what the work load will be per week in regards to posting and papers, but I can let you know as soon as I get a look at the syllabus. This isn't my first online experience, so I'm not expecting to be overwhelmed, but I suppose I could be wrong. Guess we'll all see at the end of the month.
I am in The MSN in Education track. I am on an 8 week break and start back on the 31st. The program , I have completed 18 credits in a year and I work full time Monday thru Friday as well. It is managable, there are papers due usually every two weeks. To be honest, I usually am writing them Sunday night but I have them running around in my head so it is just a matter of putting them to paper. The worse part is the APA format and I bought the software that does that for me, worth every penny. My books are always here about 3 weeks before my class starts and the library tech support is the best. I had done my BSN at UOP. The cost is affordable and I am not getting tuition reimbursement so that is why I took an 8 week break to pay off my last semester before adding more debt. I am a little concerned about how I will do my practicum but I figure it will all fall into place.