Exclusively online BSN program ~ Smart choice for CRNA prep?

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I actually feel I learned more from the online course. Having to write about what I read helped me to retain more from each chapter. I would recomend it over the traditional classroom setting. Some people that I have talked with are concerned about not being disciplined enough to do the reading/homework without someone to provide guidance. It's whatever works best for you. My friend is going to NP school and 50% of his class through Blackboard (an online forum some schools use). I don't know about CRNA school, but it looks like a lot of material in Master degree programs will be online even if it is considered a traditional program. From previos treads, it seems that the CRNA programs have a lot of hands on training, which is a good thing as far as I am concerned. Good luck.

Thanks so much for sharing your experience, good luck on your studies! :)

I really appreciate everyone's willingness to contribute their thoughts and opinions! Any other insight out there?

SCmomof3, RN

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Specializes in NICU.

This topic greatly interests me, as I'm currently in an ADN program and plan to pursue my BSN online while working and then LATER go on to CRNA school.

I think that learning style may have an impact on your success in an online program. Personally, I get a lot out of my lectures. It helps me quite a bit as far as comprehension goes, even though one of my lecturers basically reads off the supplements. For some reason, it makes a difference. However, I have taken several courses online with no trouble at all. So it depends on many factors.

I have enjoyed reading this thread and look forward to more responses. :)

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