Quote from haakeem98
Im currently on active duty and deployed,I ll need every help as I transition into full academics on my return.Talking about Henderson, do you mean the BSN or ABSN program?Do you get a letter grade for every block of instruction on your transcript or is just a pass/fail? How are the clinical rotations, do you get enough hands on training? What is a typical school day like for you? How is the area around south jordan? What are living apartments like in terms of cost ,any decent priced apartments you would recommend? Sorry for all these questions.
1.BSN 18 month program with didactic lecture in class (worth it)
2. I personally do as I also get a 4.0 on the transcript but can not speak for future cohorts as there may be a change to the grading systems
3.I am actually in clinicals right now (mental health/community health), we are required to get 180 contact hours this block and I have really enjoyed all the experience we are getting. It seems like quite a few hospitals in the area like Roseman students because they are prepared for clinicals well.
4. A typical school day for me is pretty simple depending on the block, lecture or activities from 8-3 with an hour lunch and many breaks throughout the day. Some days we are done by lunch other times it goes up to 3.
5. South Jordan Utah is a beautiful area with mountain views 360*. I personally live in downtown Salt lake city where the rent is more affordable and my commute is about 15 minutes up the freeway. I would recommend if you are looking for rental situation in the area to use KSL.com it is the classified ad and news page that everyone uses here (no one uses CL).