Has anyone here (or know anyone) who's gone through the Northern VA Comm.Coll. nursing program
? I am aware of 3 seperate Nursing degree plans, but one in particular allows for you to graduate with 2 associate degrees. One degree is your RN, the other an associates in gen. studies. Both of which (if combined) transfer to George Mason U, and in 2 more semesters you're awarded your BSN. Just wondering what prior students thought of it.:spin:
Feb 22, '09
I'm not in the program, but took NAS 161 with Momentum students. Some liked it but most hated the fact that they couldn't pick their schedule. If you had to work, or know that the professor wasn't all that great, or the time just didn't work. You just had to deal with it. If you didn't like it, then they basically showed you the door.
Again this is from what I've heard, I'm sure some others will put in their 2 cents
Like Future said, you can do the Accelerated or traditional and then transfer over to Mason yourself. So either way Momentum, or accelerated is 3 years towards a BSN (including pre-reqs for Accelerated) and if you go for the traditional it's 4 years.
Last edit by RNwannabe2011 on Feb 22, '09