I currently have a ASN, just graduated in December, passed NCLEX on the 9th of JAn, and now I'm wandering should I do my BSN online and actually go to class for my Masters. That was my instructors advice, but I need more than one opinion.
Occupation: Neurology, Pain Management NP
6 year(s) of experience
Joined: Sep '03; Posts: 42
I did my BSN online through Florida State University. I am also finishing my MSN (Family Nurse Practitioner) through FSU online as well. 15 weeks to go! I would have liked to be able to do some classes face to face but I work full time and didn't want to drive an hour and an half one way to school. It has worked well for me! Good luck!
Jan 19, '07
Occupation: RN Er/ ICU
11 year(s) of experience
Joined: Oct '06; Posts: 345; Likes: 17
I'm doing mine through the U of Wisconsin on- line. I have children and work FT. I don't have time for classwork.
Jan 19, '07
4 year(s) of experience
Nursing Ed, Ob/GYN, AD, LTC, Rehab
Joined: Oct '06; Posts: 568; Likes: 284
Congrats on the RN!! :hatparty:
Jan 20, '07
Joined: Sep '05; Posts: 231; Likes: 67
I think the most important attributes of online education is being organized, very self motivated and better than average with a computer!
Online education can be great for people who work and have lives outside of school.
If you would like to talk more specifically about online education, PM me.