long distance clinical c.r.n.a. school - page 2
Upon review of past threads, I was made aware that one living in Arizona could fulfill a vast majority of their education via the nurse anesthetist program at Texas Wesleyan. I prefer not to move,... Read More
Dec 18, '02Joined: Dec '02; Posts: 57I'm currently taking a "long distance" patho course. It has the TV monitor where you watch the instructor teach in real-time and can ask questions into a microphone. I don't like that the instructor can't see a look of confusion on your face and that you have to push a button to talk (and interrupt the instructor) instead of raising your hand. I know these are minor complaints, but with my experience in this class I'm starting to think there is no substitute for being there in class in person.
I'm applying to Texas Wesleyan and would do their option of long distance so I could minimize my time away from my husband, but I worry about the quality of the whole long distance thing.
BTW, Newman is actually my first choice and Texas is second because of location location location.