WGU's New MSN curriculum - page 3
I'm planning on starting my MSN in September. The new MSN curriculum is now posted online on the college's website. It appears that the entire program has changed and is now 38 credits. I wanted to complete the program in a year,... Read More
- 1Oct 8, '13 by serenity1I am in the new program and I passed the pre-assessment with minimal studying. Most of the first class is stuff that was barely covered in my BSN, so it is mostly new to me. Lots of statistics and research methods. It takes more studying and reading than I expected. But I like it so far. It isn't an easy breezy program. It is challenging, but I like my mentors and they seem very interested in helping the students succeed. I waited to get into the new program and I am happy I did. We all have our own opinions, and to each his own. Just my opinion of the new program.
- 0Nov 10, '13 by featherzRN, BSN, RNQuote from desertflower100You can test at home with a webcam, or you can go to a testing center. Whichever works best for you.Hi All
I looked at WGUs website and it said the tests for MSN are computer-based and proctored. What does this mean? Do you go to a testing center?
- 0Jun 19 by RonnieMcDonald
I' have been struggling with FWC2 for a while now I've failed the OA twice each time with a 60. I am really unsure on how to pursue studying for my third attempt which I am hoping is my last. I have met with the course mentor, read articles, read material, watched recorded seminar not sure what is left for me to do. EBP and CER are the two subjects that I am scoring the lowest on I am having a hard time answering those type questions on the exam. Any tips, advice, words of encouragement would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in Advance