WGU is on my shortlist of for RN-BSN programs, so it's great to hear this feedback! I am self-motivated and generally "booksmart", have taken quite a few classes online successfully, and also have a liberal arts BA (from 15+ yrs ago), so it *sounds* like a program I'd do well with, and be able to complete on the quick side.
I admit I'm a little concerned that it's such a different model from other schools
, that that will somehow make the degree less legitimate. Any graduates of the program out there who could shed light on this?
Also, those who have been or are currently students -- could you share a bit about the "assessments" that allow you to complete a class/competency?