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by coticoalain coticoalain (New) New

Does anyone know any US cheap direct entry MSN for the coming spring semester?

traumaRUs, MSN, APRN, CNS

Specializes in Nephrology, Cardiology, ER, ICU. Has 27 years experience.

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I've heard great things about WGU online nursing program. They offer RN-MSN & BSN-MSN. Cheap price. $3,200 is the set price per semester, and you can take as many classes as you want! It's my future school I want to get my bsn or msn. Look them up.

Thks for your reply.Unfortunately I am still having a problem:why not offline or mixed? What aboutD-E?

Well a great thing about getting your msn online is that you don't have to waste time getting to school and gas. Some people have to drive really far just to commute to school. Also online, such as WGU, you can work at your own pace. If you have the time and want to finish faster you can, some people have finished in 6 months just to go from rn-bsn! And there really isn't any difference if you get your degree online, or traditionally, it's basically the same thing. I just feel like online is better, but this is just my opinion. Plus you even said something that's cheap in the US (: . Not sure what you mean by D-E?

meanmaryjean, DNP, RN

Specializes in NICU, ICU, PICU, Academia. Has 44 years experience.

Well a great thing about getting your msn online is that you don't have to waste time getting to school and gas. Some people have to drive really far just to commute to school. Also online, such as WGU, you can work at your own pace. If you have the time and want to finish faster you can, some people have finished in 6 months just to go from rn-bsn! And there really isn't any difference if you get your degree online, or traditionally, it's basically the same thing. I just feel like online is better, but this is just my opinion. Plus you even said something that's cheap in the US (: . Not sure what you mean by D-E?

DE means direct entry. The original poster is not a nurse yet- so none of the WGU MSN options will work.

Cheap? No! The only entry-level MSN program in my state is at my alma mater: PLU, $69, 875 MSN | PLU

There is an entry-level DNP program as well at Seattle University; you can choose an NP route or community health route.

In both programs, you complete RN courses and sit for the NCLEX after the first year. However, I highly suggest that you don't pay graduate school tuition prices for RN coursework when you can pay 1/5 of the price at a community college, and then bridge to a master's or doctoral degree.