I am a 48 y/o with ADN and am planning to finally start RN to BSN program. I am considering a couple of programs, and have been looking at WGU. The costs and time involved seem almost too good to be true. I hope to do this while working full time, and want to enroll in a program that is a good program, that will allow me to continue to work, and to have some family time too.
I welcome advice and opinions. Thank you!
Aug 15, '12
I have my BSN and MSN from WGU - it is not too good to be true. It is the real deal.In fact, two of my co-workers are enrolled based on my recommendation. I am a 57 year old , full-time night shift PICU RN. I completed both degrees in three terms (18 months) for under $10K - including books!
Last edit by JustBeachyNurse on Sep 11, '12
OP Good luck in the rest of your program
Last edit by RN_SummerSeas on Aug 22, '12