Hi! I am transferring to UTA after many years out of school and am starting the rest of my pre-reqs on Sept 27 through the AP BSN program! So excited!
When my father-in-law had a stroke in April two of his nurses were from the first graduating class of the AP BSN program so that's how I found out about it. There is zero difference as far as your diploma, whether you went on-campus or online. This program is actually partnered with hospitals and those hospitals hire you when you graduate. So, they obviously view it as completely acceptable and equal to "regular" nursing school routes.
As far as transcripts go the courses will look like anyone else who took the courses on-campus. I just completed 3 online courses this summer and my transcript , for example, says PSYC 2314 and that's it. The course numbers are the same as the on-campus course numbers.
I hope this makes sense...I have 2 little kiddos that are teething and sick so I am very sleep-deprived
I can assure you that having a BSN from UTA is a very impressive degree and nobody cares how you got there...as long as you get there
We will go through the same clinicals as traditional-track students and we have to pass the same licensure exam as everyone else in the state.
So....kick butt and sooner rather than later you will have your degree!