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  1. Has anyone completed or are currently enrolled in the online MSN program at Grand Canyon University? What are your thoughts on the program? Trying to decide between a couple of different schools.
  2. I need help! I'm graduating from the online RN to BSN program at UTA this summer. I had planned on just enrolling in the online BSN to MSN education program at UTA. I figured it would be easy since I'm already a student there and I'm familiar with the set up of the nursing classes. Many of the MSN courses are 5 week courses, just like the BSN program. However, I just discovered that Grand Canyon University also has an online MSN program, almost the same cost as UTA and a very similar setup, although the GCU program has 8 week classes instead of 5 weeks. I began to research both programs and I have been hearing horror stories on UTA's MSN program. People have said it's almost impossible to do with a working schedule and it's nothing like the BSN program. I found the BSN program through UTA very simple, and many of the nurses who have said they also found the BSN program easy, they were failing the MSN program. This got me worried. I tired to find reviews on GCU's MSN program, but I cant find much. Anyone have any insight on these two programs and what they thought?? Any help would be much appreciated.
  3. I need help! I'm graduating from the online RN to BSN program at UTA this summer. I had planned on just enrolling in the online BSN to MSN education program at UTA. I figured it would be easy since I'm already a student there and I'm familiar with the set up of the nursing classes. Many of the MSN courses are 5 week courses, just like the BSN program. However, I just discovered that Grand Canyon University also has an online MSN program, almost the same cost as UTA and a very similar setup, although the GCU program has 8 week classes instead of 5 weeks. I began to research both programs and I have been hearing horror stories on UTA's MSN program. People have said it's almost impossible to do with a working schedule and it's nothing like the BSN program. I found the BSN program through UTA very simple, and many of the nurses who have said they also found the BSN program easy, they were failing the MSN program. This got me worried. I tired to find reviews on GCU's MSN program, but I cant find much. Anyone have any insight on these two programs and what they thought?? Any help would be much appreciated.
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