Jump to content

Anyone know of any good online Master in nursing programs?

Posted

just wondering if any of you have ideas on good online programs in which i could get my masters degree. i obtained a b.s.n. in 1997; and due to some major school loan issues i need to continue working; yet, i would like to obtain a masters in nursing if i could. any ideas or input would be greatly appreciated. thanks, peppermintpatt2

What specialty are you looking for?

haven't really thought about it; just concerned with if there is a good way to do it online as i need to continue working while i do it...if i do it :idea: thanks for any help! peppermintpat

MedSurgeMess

Specializes in Med/Surg, ICU, educator.

University of Southern Indiana http://www.usi.edu has a wonderful totally online program with many specialties for MSN, and is much, much less expensive than many others. I encourage you to check it out. They are very good with answering any questions that you may have. I will be starting there Spring 2010, but many who work with me have used them, and many more are currently students, and I hear nothing but excellent things about them.

coppertopRN

Specializes in IR, travel, agency, M/S, tele. Has 7 years experience.

I'm working on my BSN from Kaplan University right now and already plan to continue with my MSN. I LOVE Kaplan. Its very interactive and accessible. I work 5 12's a week and am very active outside my home as well (married with 3 kids, too).

I don't want to give you the impression that it is easy. I devote A LOT of time to school. I work very hard to maintain my 4.0 and 2 classes each term, but I really love my program at Kaplan. I encourage you to check them out at kaplan.edu

MauraRN

Has 14 years experience.

Check out Excelsior College and University of Massachusetts, Amherst and Dartmouth campuses.

Hello,

Could anyone help me with more info about the online nursing programs? I would like to know the cost per credit hour. A lot of BSN and MSN programs but how much does really cost to attend an online university?

Thanks.:nurse:

Pixie.RN, MSN, RN, EMT-P

Specializes in EMS, ED, Trauma, CNE, CEN, CPEN, TCRN. Has 13 years experience.

I would like to know the cost per credit hour. A lot of BSN and MSN programs but how much does really cost to attend an online university?

They're all different. You're better off finding a program you like and checking the cost, vs. the other way around. Good luck.

Pixie.RN, MSN, RN, EMT-P

Specializes in EMS, ED, Trauma, CNE, CEN, CPEN, TCRN. Has 13 years experience.

Just wondering if any of you have ideas on good online programs in which I could get my masters degree.

If you haven't already, check this forum: https://allnurses.com/post-graduate-nursing/ -- they do discuss some online programs there.

hi I noticied that Indiana Uni has a lot of certifcate programs(case managment ,diabetes education) are these helpful noyt only in broadning nursing skills/info but in applying for jobs

thanks

I'm working on my BSN from Kaplan University right now and already plan to continue with my MSN. I LOVE Kaplan. Its very interactive and accessible. I work 5 12's a week and am very active outside my home as well (married with 3 kids, too).

I don't want to give you the impression that it is easy. I devote A LOT of time to school. I work very hard to maintain my 4.0 and 2 classes each term, but I really love my program at Kaplan. I encourage you to check them out at kaplan.edu

I would agree that Kaplan is a good school, thing is they are expensive (I believe). I called them yesterday to check out the same. This is what I was told:

$350/crdt-63 credits for the MSN; Total $22K+. Walden on the other hand is $435/crdt, approx. 41 credits for the MSN program; Total=$17835 (includes books and fees (waldenu.edu). They have a special that if you apply and they receive all they need by June 22, you'll get a 20% discount. Also Phoenix University, theirs is $550/crdt, 42 credits to complete the program I asked about.

Edited by clay07

Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.