MSN Capstone? - page 2
Hi, I am currently in WGU's RN-BSN program and am considering switching to their RN-MSN program. I was wondering if anyone knows if you have to be employed to do the MSN capstone course? The course description says the project... Read More
- 0Dec 1, '12 by SweettartRNQuote from llgJust a word of caution ... It can be very difficult to get access to a practice setting to complete a practicum (or capstone project) if you are not an employee there. If you are unemployed, you may have to search high and low to find a place to accept you as a student. With so many nurses in school, many of the best potential clinical sites are overwhelmed with requests from students for preceptorships, etc. Those who already work in a facility usually have an advantage.
Which is why you can use an organization, and not necessarily a practice setting in order to do your research. I did this and it worked VERY well.