Is WGU just another money muncher? - page 3
I am (was) due to begin the RN-MSN, edu on 5-1. I have jumped threw all the hoops that is the admissions process. I am so disappointed to find out that the only classes I got credit for with my... Read More
0Apr 24, '13 by rayskatQuote from CrunchRNIt's really hard to tell at this point because I have no idea what it's going to be like. I know they no longer allow for the capstone to be completed with a persons first term. I'm roughly guessing from RN-MSN maybe three years? I'm obsessive about school work, so hopefully I can power threw it. So, the cost is 3250 plus 145 (3,395.00) per term, times 6 terms, comes to 20,370. Not bad considering thats for 2 degrees, BSN and MSN.Glad to hear it OP. How long do you think it will take and how much will it cost for your Masters?
1Apr 24, '13 by klone, MSN, RNGood luck. FWIW, it will take me 3 years to complete both degrees (with a 6-month break taken between the two). I finished my BSN in three terms, and plan to do the same with my MSN.
1Apr 24, '13 by msa9179, BSN, RNOP, glad you made some good progress on the re-evaluations. Good luck with everything! I am shooting to start June 1 myself. Considering going for the MSN as well instead of just the BSN. As always, keep everybody updated on your progress and experiences!
0Apr 24, '13 by skoolrnWOW!! from146 to 86!! Yes, I think someone screwed up on their end!! Thats what I need for the MSN too! I am on my 5th course of study since March 1st!! You will have your BSN in 6 months and the MSN 12 months later if you "power through". Good for you, you are gonna love it! Oh and if you can do it in 3 terms the cost is just over 10K!! for 2 degrees!!