Finished my MSN this morning - ask me anything! - page 7

I completed the final oral defense for my MSN through WGU this morning. I also have my BSN from WGU. Completed RN-to-BSN in one, six month term, and the MSN in 11 months and five days (not that... Read More

  1. Visit  klone profile page
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    Quote from Tlott1926
    Wow thats impressive. Does that transfer to Florida License wise?
    You would already have a license, so where you obtained your MSN would not affect that in any way.
  2. Visit  Tina, RN profile page
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    Hello all!

    Please forgive me, but what is an "oral defense" and a "capstone"?? I am just starting to look into online schools for a MSN...

    Boy, WGU seems to be the way to go for online schooling!

    Thanks in advance!
  3. Visit  klone profile page
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    Most master's programs require a thesis or other large project (capstone) that represents the culmination of your schooling. The capstone for WGU is a large research project. Once you've written your thesis or completed you capstone, you have to "defend" it - basically sit in front a panel of professors while they ask you questions about your project or research, in order to ascertain that you're sufficiently knowledgeable about it. That's the "oral defense"
    nurse29, MsvolsRN, and Tina, RN like this.
  4. Visit  PatMac10,RN profile page
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    I'm starting WGU in July for my BSN! I graduate from My ADM program in 21 days!
  5. Visit  NurseNightOwl profile page
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    Quote from PatMac10,SN
    I'm starting WGU in July for my BSN! I graduate from My ADM program in 21 days!
    I'm also hoping to start July 1st, I'm graduating with my ADN in exactly 10 days!!!
  6. Visit  PatMac10,RN profile page
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    Quote from kissmyasn

    I'm also hoping to start July 1st, I'm graduating with my ADN in exactly 10 days!!!
    Omg! Really!!! I graduate in 8 days!!!!
  7. Visit  NurseNightOwl profile page
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    Quote from PatMac10,SN
    Omg! Really!!! I graduate in 8 days!!!!
    Yay, I am so happy for us!!!!!!
  8. Visit  Lovejae profile page
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    Spoke to admission counselor at WGU and she's telling me average completion time for rn to msn is 4 yrs. Should I start the rn to bsn program and then get the master or would this be a total waste of time. Help, lost.
  9. Visit  Lysa71 profile page
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    If you don't sign up to do RN to MSN and just do RN to BSN you will have to wait six months after getting your BSN to start the MSN. If you start the RN to MSN and decide to just do the BSN then they can change it.
    Stitch3296 and ScorpioRN18 like this.
  10. Visit  curvaceouslychic profile page
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    Quote from klone
    Most master's programs require a thesis or other large project (capstone) that represents the culmination of your schooling. The capstone for WGU is a large research project. Once you've written your thesis or completed you capstone, you have to "defend" it - basically sit in front a panel of professors while they ask you questions about your project or research, in order to ascertain that you're sufficiently knowledgeable about it. That's the "oral defense"
    Klone
    I'm new here and I hope this isn't breaking some kind of rule but is there a way you can message me or I you? I'd like to get more info on your experience.
  11. Visit  Jgun359 profile page
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    Thank you for being so receptive to questions! I am nearly done with my associate RN program and am looking at schools to continue education through.


    1) It is my understanding that the classes for WGUs RN-BSN are done one at a time, at your own pace. On average, how long did it take to complete a class?


    2) How are the e-books delivered? Is it via Kindle format? Did they send an ebook disc to you?


    3) How did you find WGU regarding credit transfers? I was on the phone with a rep from WGU today and they are refusing to view my transcripts until I am finished with my ASN and working as an RN.


    4) How did proctored exams work? I've heard there's a webcam involved...
  12. Visit  angelnessa637 profile page
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    hello everyone,

    I am interested in attending Western Governors for my Master's in nursing education. My questions is... is it accredited in the state of California? specifically for my MSN in nursing education...
  13. Visit  RN-4Ever profile page
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    I know this Thread is old but hoping to get some bites... I will be graduating from ADN in December. I want to go back to school and earn my BSN then MSN as soon as possible. Would you recommend this school to a new grad? Should I contact them after I pass my boards or can I get the ball rolling after I graduate? I have been searching these threads and really feel I want to attend WGU!


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