Hi, I am interested in pursuing Nursing at MCI at Richmond and I am just wondering how the program is in the present not in the past, because most of the comments about it were from like 4 years ago. I am just curious about this because I have no other options. Also I don't need to know about the money part, I already know how that goes. All I want to know is:
1. Will I learn anything?
2. Will they prepare me to become a nurse that knows all the essential skills needed to become a nurse?
3. (If you got your RN from there) Do you regret it or not? Did you pass NCLEX? All those kinds of stuff.
Also lets not go into BSN or RN comparison, as I understand from the forum, BSN and RN doesn't have much difference except for the fact that BSN is the way to go if you want to get your MSN. I would do BSN if I could but due to situations I will not be able to pursue it, I can only go for RN as of now.